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Schwartz Law Firm PC

Banking and Finance Lawyer | Serving Pontiac, MI

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  • Jill L Schmidt Law Firm: Schmidt Jill L

    Banking and Finance Lawyer | Serving Pontiac, MI
    Jill L Schmidt Law Firm: Schmidt Jill L has experience helping clients with their Banking and Finance needs in Pontiac, Michigan.

  • Juarez & Juarez PC

    Banking and Finance Lawyer | Serving Pontiac, MI
    Juarez & Juarez PC helps clients in the Pontiac area handle cases involving Banking and Finance Law.

  • OREILLY RANCILIO PC

    Banking and Finance Lawyer | Serving Pontiac, MI
    OREILLY RANCILIO PC helps clients in the Pontiac area handle cases involving Banking and Finance Law.

  • Saginaw City Attorney

    Banking and Finance Lawyer | Serving Pontiac, MI
    Saginaw City Attorney represents clients in Banking and Finance cases in the Pontiac, Michigan area.

  • Burket Savage, P.C.

    Banking and Finance Lawyer | Serving Pontiac, MI
    Burket Savage, P.C. helps Pontiac clients with their Banking and Finance needs.

  • Bernard J Caspar Law Office

    Banking and Finance Lawyer | Serving Pontiac, MI
    Let the practice of Bernard J Caspar Law Office in Pontiac, Michigan be your Banking and Finance advocate.

  • HALL LEWIS & BOLLES PC

    Banking and Finance Lawyer | Serving Pontiac, MI
    Getting legal representation for your Banking and Finance issue is easier than you think. Let HALL LEWIS & BOLLES PC in Pontiac, Michigan help you today.

  • Weltman Weinberg & Reis Co., Lpa

    Banking and Finance Lawyer | Serving Pontiac, MI
    Weltman Weinberg & Reis Co., Lpa helps clients in the Pontiac area handle cases involving Banking and Finance Law.

  • Childers Shkreli PLLC

    Banking and Finance Lawyer | Serving Pontiac, MI
    Childers Shkreli PLLC represents clients in Banking and Finance cases in the Pontiac, Michigan area.

  • Karen Smith Kienbaum

    Banking and Finance Lawyer | Serving Pontiac, MI
    Karen Smith Kienbaum has years of experience helping clients with their Banking and Finance needs in Pontiac, Michigan.

  • Rainmaker Consultants

    Banking and Finance Lawyer | Serving Pontiac, MI
    Rainmaker Consultants has years of experience helping clients with their Banking and Finance needs in Pontiac, Michigan.

  • Sesi Arlene Law Offices of

    Banking and Finance Lawyer | Serving Pontiac, MI
    In Pontiac, Michigan area, Sesi Arlene Law Offices of can help clients with their Banking and Finance needs.

  • Sterling Attorneys at Law, P.C.

    Banking and Finance Lawyer | Serving Pontiac, MI
    Clients who need legal help with Banking and Finance concerns can contact Sterling Attorneys at Law, P.C., a reputable law firm in Pontiac, Michigan.

  • Wright W Kenneth

    Banking and Finance Lawyer | Serving Pontiac, MI
    When you need Banking and Finance help in Pontiac, contact Wright W Kenneth, an established Michigan law firm.

  • McGraw Thomas J Arty

    Banking and Finance Lawyer | Serving Pontiac, MI
    In the Pontiac, Michigan area, McGraw Thomas J Arty can help you resolve your Banking and Finance issues.

  • Thomas Casey P

    Banking and Finance Lawyer | Serving Pontiac, MI
    Connect with a local Pontiac, Michigan firm for experienced Banking and Finance legal representation.

  • Waun Thomas W

    Banking and Finance Lawyer | Serving Pontiac, MI
    Waun Thomas W is experienced handling Banking and Finance cases in the Pontiac area.

  • Cantarella & Associates PC

    Banking and Finance Lawyer in Pontiac, MI
    Cantarella & Associates PC helps clients in the Pontiac area handle cases involving Banking and Finance Law.

  • Jensen Peter C. PLLC

    Banking and Finance Lawyer | Serving Pontiac, MI
    Jensen Peter C. PLLC helps clients in the Pontiac area handle cases involving Banking and Finance Law.

  • David H. Cook PC

    Banking and Finance Lawyer | Serving Pontiac, MI
    Need representation for your Banking and Finance issues? David H. Cook PC offers local assistance in Pontiac, Michigan.

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In legal practice, experience matters. An experienced attorney will likely have handled issues similar to yours many, many times. Therefore, after listening to your situation, the attorney should have a reasonable idea of the time line for a case like yours and the likely resolution.

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Common legal terms explained

Pro se - This Latin term refers to representing yourself in court instead of hiring professional legal counsel. Pro se representation can occur in either criminal or civil cases.

Statute - Refers to a law created by a legislative body. For example, the laws enacted by Congress are statutes.

Subject matter jurisdiction - Requirement that a particular court have authority to hear the claim based on the specific type of issue brought to the court. For example, the U.S. Bankruptcy Court only has subject matter jurisdiction over bankruptcy filings, therefore it does not have the authority to render binding judgment over other types of cases, such as divorce.

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