The professional expertise you need and the personal service you deserve.

Financial planning can be complex, and at times even frustrating. You need professional legal advice from someone with financial expertise and years of experience, but don't want to get lost in the fray at a big firm or financial institution. Thomas Riley grew up in Jackson and has been serving the Jackson and Adrian areas since 2013, providing bankruptcy and estate planning services. In your time of need, you can count on Thomas P. Riley to provide a personal touch and guide you through the process with ease so you can focus on what matters most: getting back on track.

PRACTICE AREAS

Bankruptcy: Chapter 7 / Chapter 13

Wills, Deeds, and Estate Planning

Thomas P. Riley

Thomas P. Riley is an Attorney serving Southern Michigan, his area of expertise is helping people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code. Thomas graduated cum laude from Thomas M. Cooley Law School in 2012. After a short career in the energy industry, where he assisted with legal issues pertaining to land titles, Tom turned is focus to the Bankruptcy Code beginning in the spring of 2013 as a partner at the Bankruptcy Clinic of Michigan, PLLC. Tom opened his solo practice in the summer of 2018 with the creation of Thomas P. Riley Law Office, PLC, and proudly serves the Jackson and Adrian areas with distinction. Thomas P. Riley Law Office is committed to providing professional expertise to help you navigate the intricacies of the Bankruptcy Code along with the personal service to help you through a difficult time to get you the best possible outcome.

What is bankruptcy?

Bankruptcy can discharge most of your unsecured debts, and can even discharge secured debts in some cases.  Bankruptcy allows you to get a fresh start at rebuilding your credit by getting rid of medical bills, credit card balances, payday advance loans, most money judgments, and in some cases, you can even get rid of tax debts, unemployment over-payment debts, and driver's responsibility fees. Filing for bankruptcy will also stop collection calls, lawsuits, creditor harassment and garnishments.