I met Joe after he started practicing as a lawyer through a law school classmate of his.
- Same Client
I've worked with Joe on a few matters for a few different clients.
I worked with Joe on several occasions from 2010 through 2017, mostly; though I expect to continue working with him as appropriate matters may arise.
He's very knowledgeable about the entire bankruptcy process and very up to date with the latest changes affecting the bankruptcy bar.
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He's very experienced, having spent many years working and specializing on bankruptcy and debtor-creditor matters.
He thinks about his cases and ponders different courses of action before settling on a particular strategy.
His communication is well focused and direct. He lets you know where things stand, and what must be done going forward in the process.
He's proved himself as a lawyer already -- doing what's right by people is what moves him. He cares.
Bankruptcy, debtor-creditor, without question, but also and any other legal matters that he told me he was competent to handle; he's seen a lot and I trust his judgment.
- Business Advising
- Client Relations
- Dispute Resolution
- Document Review
- Emotional Intelligence
- Financial Literacy (handling client funds)
- Legal Research
- Legal Writing
- Oral Argument
- Problem Solving
- Pro Bono and Community Services
- Project Management
- Use of Technology
I have been told by insiders in the bankruptcy court in Detroit that Joe Grima has a reputation there as being a "no nonsense" lawyer. That's high praise, and gets it right. His office staff, Shelby, et al. are excellent and also deserve some credit for that well earned reputation.