A Rich History Of Success And Service
In 1969, my father started a law firm across the street from Buk Law‘s current location. I joined him a few decades later, and we became a powerhouse father-and-son team serving people in Shelby Township and throughout Macomb County. My father is retired now, and I continue the Buk family tradition of providing quality legal services to people facing a wide range of legal issues, including bankruptcy, DWI, divorce, estate planning and business law.
I’m In This For My Clients, For You
When someone asks me why I practice law, I can talk about my family’s legacy, but it’s more than that. I became a lawyer because I like helping people. I enjoy getting to know my clients and help them become familiar with the legal process. When they breathe a sigh of relief at the end of it all, it is a privilege to know I helped them get through a difficult situation.
Do I do a good job? I’ve been doing this for nearly 20 years, so I certainly hope that I do, but that is for my clients to judge. I can promise that I will care about you and am devoted to providing you with the best advice, clear and concise communication about your problems, and personal service. I will dedicate my time to overcoming the challenges you face.
I always know I’ve done well when I get referrals — when one client refers their friends and family members to me because they know I’ve treated them well. It is an honor that most of my business comes through referrals and from families that have trusted my firm for generations.
A Local Attorney
I am a hometown attorney, raised in Utica and Shelby Township. I was born in Detroit and completed my undergraduate education at the University of Michigan. I know and work hard for the people in our community. Learn more about me by clicking on the link below:
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I offer flexible appointments — including evenings and Saturdays — and one of the most competitive rates in the county.
My firm is a debt relief agency. I help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.