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Benjamin J. Henry is an associate of the Firm. Benjamin received his undergraduate degree from Eastern Michigan University and his law degree from Wayne State University.

Benjamin is an accomplished litigator with experience conducting both bench and jury trials. Benjamin has represented creditors and debtors in bankruptcy court. In addition to his experience with liens, mortgage foreclosures, and land contract enforcement, Benjamin has extensive knowledge of quiet title actions, including tax foreclosed properties and disputes under the General Property Tax Act.


  • Wayne State University School of Law, J.D., 2008

  • Eastern Michigan University, B.S., 2000


  • Admitted to Michigan Bar (2008)

  • Admitted to the Eastern District of Michigan, Federal Courts

Attorney Benjamin J. Henry


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