Mr. Bredow is an accomplished litigation, collection and bankruptcy attorney. He has trial and appellate litigation experience representing ordinary people, small business, creditors and Chapter 13 Trustees in all Michigan state, federal and bankruptcy courts.
His professional legal experience together with his experience as an internal bank auditor and his financial education, give him a unique insight into the issues facing creditors and ordinary people. He is an experienced public speaker and has been a frequent panelist at local and national bankruptcy seminars and continuing legal education programs.
Wayne State University Law School, Detroit, MI; Juris Doctor (1993)
Central Michigan University, Mt. Pleasant, MI; Bachelor of Science, Business Administration, Accounting (1985)
Dale Carnegie Program, Troy, MI; Award For Highest Achievement (2012)
Staff Attorney Training, National Association of Chapter Thirteen Trustees (NACTT), Chicago, IL (2010) A
Advanced Consumer Bankruptcy Practice Institute, National Association of Chapter Thirteen Trustees (NACTT), Grapevine, TX (2010)
Trial Advocacy Program, National Criminal Defense College, Macon, GA (1995)