Michigan Banking Litigation Lawyer

Michigan Banking Litigation Attorneys

Since 1972, Schwartz Law Firm in Farmington Hills has been a trusted name in complex litigation. Our trial lawyers pride themselves on the quality of our legal advocacy as well as the high priority that we give to intangible strengths of our firm, including:

  • Experience
  • A track record of successful outcomes
  • Responsiveness to our clients
  • Honesty
  • Integrity
  • Zealous representation

These and other assets of our law practice are what we offer and deliver to financial institutions and bank customers in the area of banking litigation. We handle a wide range of banking litigation matters, including the following:

  • Creditors' rights
  • UCC-related issues (Uniform Commercial Code)
  • Check fraud
  • Mortgage fraud
  • Foreclosures
  • Collections
  • Loan documentation
  • Restructuring of distressed loans/re-amortization/loan modification
  • Finance litigation

We put our mission statement to work in all our dealings with clients — whether plaintiffs or defendants, lenders or borrowers, or banking institutions or bank customers. This means that we seek to "empower our clients to make intelligent and informed decisions by educating them to understand the legal and procedural issues involved in the case." At our law firm, we do not choose between aggressive advocacy and the respect and civility that any human being deserves, even in high-stakes dealings such as banking and finance litigation where tens or hundreds of thousands of dollars may be on the line for our clients. We provide both to our clients, promptly and effectively.

Contact Schwartz Law Firm

Past banking clients, opposing legal counsel, judges and juries can attest to the professional and effective manner with which we represent our clients in banking litigation scenarios. We invite interested parties to call or email our Detroit-area law offices to schedule a consultation and discuss current needs and ongoing or potential concerns related to banking litigation on the horizon.