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Amanda A. Page, Esq.


I am a Royal Oak attorney with a focus on helping my clients move toward a financial secure future by providing holistic and personalized counsel with debt settlement/management, bankruptcy and credit repair. I provide a personal approach to each client’s specific needs. My practice has grown over the years, one client at a time, one case at a time and one day at a time.

I am an advocate for my client’s life after debt by taking a holistic integrated assessment of my client’s financial situation and help them determine the best course of action to ensure them and their families a secure financial future. I strive to provide the tools to build a bridge between my client’s current financial burdens to their future financial freedom.

My purpose and goal as an attorney is to advocate, inform and empower my clients on their path to a financially secure future.

I started this firm in June, 2013 after my previous experience as an associate attorney with two large law firms and as a staff attorney for a national debt collection company. My vast and varied background allows me to provide a large firm expertise while allowing me to bring a personal approach to ensure that my client’s legal needs and issues are being addressed and met. My approach is personalized, holistic and practical. I listen closely to my clients to gain a thorough understanding of their overall situation and empower them with a comprehensive plan of action to address their concerns so I can best help to achieve their goals.

I have a deep commitment to community involvement. My great-grandparents, grandparents and parents were all farmers and they instilled in me the philosophy to leave an impact on the world by making it a better place. I strive every day to make sure that I fulfill this philosophy by being actively involved in non-profits, organizations and committees that further this cause.

I am the Chair of the Oakland County Bar Associations Providing Access to Legal Services Committee which focuses on implementing programs that provide an understanding of the legal system within the community. To keep in touch with my farm roots I am a board member of the Great Lakes Agricultural Fair which promotes agricultural and education for youth in the State of Michigan. I also sponsor a 4-H youth member at the Saginaw County Fair every summer. In addition, I volunteer at Common Grounds Legal Clinics which provide free legal counseling. Finally, for six years I have been a proud mentor a teenager in Detroit through Alternative for Girls. To feed and refuel my soul I am a parishioner of the St. Vincent de Paul Catholic Church in Pontiac.

Professional Affiliations

  • State Bar of Michigan
  • S. District Courts: Eastern District and Western District
  • Oakland County Bar Association – OCBA
  • National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys – NACBA
  • American Bankruptcy Institute – ABI
  • Providing Access to Legal Services Committee Chair – OCBA
  • Debtor-Creditor Committee – OCBA
  • Court Certified Mediator

Education

  • University of Detroit Mercy School of Law- Juris Doctorate
  • Michigan State University – Bachelor of Science in Psychology

Publications

  • ABI- Consumer Bankruptcy Committee Spring 2015 Newsletter: Chapter 7 Attorneys’ Fees: Protecting Debtors While Ensuring Attorneys Get Paid- Amanda A. Page, Esq. 2015
  • UTA- Michigan District Court Defines a “Firm Offer of Credit” Under the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) – Amanda A. Breasbois, Esq. and Rose Marie Brook, Esq. 2007
  • NACBA – The Consumer Bankruptcy Journal, Spring 2015: Chapter 7 Attorneys’ Fees: Protecting Debtors While Ensuring Attorneys Get Paid- Amanda A. Page, Esq. 2015

Affiliations

Awards

  • Oakland County Executive’s Elite 40 Under 40 – Class of 2015
  • OCBA’s Committee of the Year 2014 – Peoples Access to Legal Services
  • Oakland County Bar Association 2014- Recognition for Outstanding Dedication

Speaking Engagements

  • Oakland County Bar Association OCBABC’s of Practice 2015 and 2014 – Hanging Out Your Own Shingle– How to choose and set up your firm and suggestion on how to best market your firm.
  • Oakland County Bar Association- 20th Annual Youth Law Conference 2014- The Real Thing- Law in Your Life- You Are the Only You! Protect Your Identity and Credit– How to protect your identity and credit score.

 

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