The Grand Rapids boutique law firm of Chase Bylenga Hulst, PLLC provides comprehensive and aggressive advocacy to individuals and corporations. Our practice areas include: Bankruptcy, Business Formations, Civil Litigation, Commercial Litigation, Corporate Transactions, Creditor’s Rights, Estate Planning, Probate, and tax law.
Our attorneys boast over 120 years of combined experience. We are confident representing clients in complex business cases or counseling individuals on routine legal matters. At Chase Bylenga Hulst, PLLC our down to earth attorneys focus on the individual client emphasizing personalized strategies that are innovative, practical, and affordable. We frequently take cases that other attorneys won’t touch and provide results that less experienced attorneys can’t obtain.
The advantage of a boutique law firm like Chase Bylenga Hulst, PLLC is that clients benefit from the legal experience of a large firm with the personal service of a small firm. Clients have direct access to their attorney(s) and we thoroughly explain their options. We pride ourselves on superior communication skills, which means we know how to listen to the client. We are not a large law firm that only cares about how many hours we can bill on your case. We’re interested in building long term mutually beneficial relationships with our clients.
Don’t trust your legal issues to any law firm. Demand the experience, knowledge, advocacy, and personal relationships that you can only find at Chase Bylenga Hulst, PLLC. Contact us now to set up an appointment at our office in Grand Rapids, Michigan
Chase Bylenga Hulst is located in Grand Rapids, Michigan. To schedule an initial consultation, please call our office, or fill out our Contact Form. We will contact you promptly.
25 Division Avenue S., Suite 500
Grand Rapids, MI 49503
Our attorneys have over 120 years of combined bankruptcy experience representing debtors, creditors, and trustees in bankruptcy. We provide superior counseling and individualized strategies to clients in all types of bankruptcy proceedings from drafting a Bankruptcy Petition for debtors, to reorganizing [...]Learn More
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