Michael Hollins, Sr.  is a graduate of Western Michigan University - Thomas M. Cooley Law School where he received his Juris Doctorate.  During law school, he worked as an intern to a United States District Judge in the 6th circuit. ​

Mr. Hollins is admitted to practice law in the United States Bankruptcy Courts for The Middle District of Tennessee, The Northern District of Ohio, The Eastern District of Michigan, and the State of Michigan.  

Mr. Hollins strives to provide his clients with high-quality bankruptcy representation and alternatives to bankruptcy. He assists Debtors in foreclosure defense, loan modification within bankruptcy, debt settlement, and creditor violations litigation, among other services at reasonable prices.

Mr. Hollins is dedicated to providing personal attention to each of his clients with his hands-on approach, as each case is different from the next, and given his understanding that this is an emotionally and financially stressful time in an individual's life.

Mr. Hollins is known for his friendly and professional demeanor with clients and is a strong and passionate advocate in court. To Mr. Hollins, the best part of his job is when a client walks into his office overwhelmed by their financial circumstance and then walks out of his office armed with a plan to save their home, have a fresh start, and a smile.