Laura Breckenridge is the founding partner of Breckenridge and Davis and she has been practicing solely bankruptcy law since 2002. She attended the University of Oklahoma School of Law and Norfolk State University for her undergraduate studies. She graduated Summa Cum Laude and was a member of the American Indian Law Review. She was admitted to the New York State Bar in 2001, and to the State Bar of Michigan in 2002. She practices in the Eastern District Southern/Northern Divisions of Michigan. Her law practice focuses solely on consumer bankruptcy cases. She has prepared and filed hundreds of Chapter 7 and 13 cases. She has held the position of President of the Flint Bay-City Bankruptcy Association (FBBA) since 2009. She is a member of the National Association for Consumer Bankruptcy Attorney's (NACBA), the Consumer Bankruptcy Association (CBA) and the American Bankruptcy Institute (ABI).
Our firm focuses on providing legal services with the highest levels of customer satisfaction – we are proud of our reputation in the bankruptcy community and will do everything we can to meet your expectations and to assure the best resolution to all of your financial troubles.
We offer free consultations to assure you can get the best advice to make the right decision for your situation. With over a dozen years of practice in this area we are confident you will not find better service in resolving your financial problems! We hope to see you soon!
Stacy Davis is the newest attorney and partner at Breckenridge and Davis. Stacy attended Oakland University and Madonna University for her undergraduate degree. She graduated with Cum Laude honors from Michigan State College of Law in 2002. Thereafter, she was the law clerk for Eaton County Circuit Court Chief Judge, Thomas Eveland. She has been practicing solely consumer bankruptcy law since 2006. She was the Managing Attorney for Acclaim Legal Services, PLLC’s Flint office from 2008 until joining Breckenridge and Davis in June, 2015. She has held the position of Vice-President of the Flint Bay-City Bankruptcy Association (FBBA) since 2013.
Attorney Davis has filed hundreds of Chapter 13 cases and specializes in assisting Chapter 13 debtors who are in need of a modification of their residential mortgage. She focuses on making sure that every effort is made to help debtors who want to keep their home are able to do so. "I have years of practice in helping my clients get loan modifications wherever possible and in putting together the best possible reorganization plan we can to assure my clients are able to keep their home."
"I am one of the few attorneys left that battles the mortgage companies to demand modifications to my clients mortgages whenever we get the opportunity, keeping you in your home is my number one goal."