Bankruptcy Lawyer in Genesee County, Michigan

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Kaye Law Office is Your Trusted Bankruptcy Lawyer in Grand Blanc and Flint Michigan

Kaye Law Office PLLC helps you gain better control of your finances — and your life. Roxane Kaye personally assists in Chapter 7 & Chapter 13 bankruptcy filing, probate and trust administration, and estate planning. Also, we provide real estate deed drafting or transfer services.

She considers all factors that could affect the outcome of your case. With the help of a support staff, Attorney Roxane Kaye studies your case, listens to your concerns, and evaluates your options before developing a plan to resolve your situation. Attention to detail is, indeed, the strength of our practice.

More importantly, she has your best interests in mind. Count on Roxane to help you navigate the complexities of your case and arrive at a resolution that benefits you and your family. Along the way, expect her to be at your side to protect your legal rights.

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Our Services

When you need to deal with legal matters, it is critical to have an attorney who has the knowledge and experience to resolve your case efficiently while having your best interests in mind.

Estate Planning

Roxane Kaye provides estate planning to protect your assets at the time of your death, or should you get incapacitated due to an illness or accident.

Personal Injury

If you sustained serious injuries in an accident caused by another person’s negligence, trust Kaye Law Office, PLLC to refer you to an attorney who will provide you with competent legal services.

Real Estate Transactions

Roxane Kaye, your attorney represents sellers and buyers in land contract forfeiture cases, as well as those who want to ensure successful real estate deed transfers.

Chapter 13 Bankruptcy

Kaye Law Office, PLLC guides anyone who wishes to file Chapter 13 bankruptcy, which is a legal step to restructuring debts and developing a plan to repay your creditors over a specified period.

Chapter 7 Bankruptcy

Roxane Kaye helps in filing Chapter 7 bankruptcy, which allows you to eliminate unsecured debt, avoid creditor harassment, and start anew financially.

Deed Drafting

Real estate transfers only occur after an attorney prepares a deed and files it with the appropriate county officials. Count on Kaye Law Office, PLLC to help you with that.

Probate and Trust Administration

Kaye Law Office, PLLC assists in the management and distribution of the assets you placed in trust.

About Roxane Kaye

Our founding attorney, Roxane Kaye, has been practicing law since 2002, focusing on certain areas of law, including bankruptcy and estate planning. She started a solo practice in 2014 after working for over a decade at UAW Legal Services.

Roxane is known for her personalized approach to all her cases. When you come to us, you will not see a lawyer who stares at you across a large desk in a fancy office. Instead, you will find someone whom you can easily talk to about the legal issues that affect your life. Roxane serves all of Flint, Grand Blanc, and Genesee County, MI.

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Roxane is an impressive attorney and advocate. She listened to our concerns and made us understand our best options. Also, her attention to detail and step-by-step directions helped resolve our bankruptcy case without any setbacks. Thanks for her help, my husband and I were able to regain control of our finances.”
Carol M.

Frequently Asked Questions

Many people assume that filing Chapter 7 bankruptcy is better than Chapter 13 as the latter requires debtors to repay a portion of the debt over a certain period. But, Chapter 7 isn’t ideal for those who want to save a home from foreclosure. In other words, each bankruptcy chapter has unique tools that help solve specific problems. It is best to talk to an attorney to find out which one suits your needs.

If your average monthly income for the six-month period prior to your bankruptcy is below the median income of a similar household in your area, you qualify for Chapter 7 bankruptcy. Otherwise, you may have Chapter 13 bankruptcy as your only option. We recommend you seek legal advice to know whether filing bankruptcy is, indeed, the right move for you.

It is a common misconception that estate planning is only for the wealthy. The fact is, estate planning helps you examine your financial needs and assets to make sure you are protected financially should you get disabled or your heirs are well taken care of at the time of your death.

After the passing of your loved one, you and the rest of family members must navigate legal processes to settle the estate. If the estate involves a trust, the distribution of assets in that trust will have to follow the terms of the document. An experienced attorney can help facilitate asset distribution while safeguarding your interests and the wishes of your deceased loved one.

If you are already aware of the deed transfer process, you may not need a lawyer. However, it is best to hire one if you haven’t drafted the deed yet, as improper drafting could negatively impact your rights. Plus, a deed requires specifications to ensure the legality of the document — and a lawyer can be a great help in this situation.

Kaye Law Office, PLLC Service Areas

Roxane Kaye understands that facing an overwhelming amount of debt can put you and your family through a tough time. Let our firm make things easier for you.

Roxane Kaye, covers cities such as Burton, MI, Flint, MI, Fenton, MI, Beecher, MI, Lapeer, MI, Waterford, MI, Auburn Hills, MI, Pontiac, MI, Howell, MI, Owosso, MI, Wixom, MI, Rochester, MI, Rochester Hills, MI, Novi, MI, and South Lyon, MI and their surrounding areas.


Our firm is conveniently located in Genesee County, Michigan, next to the 67th District Court in Grand Blanc.  Consultations are confidential. To talk with a lawyer, call us at (810) 226-0203 or complete our online contact form.

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