Tracy M. Clark, Esq.

Bar Admissions

• State of Michigan

• U.S. District Court, Eastern and Western Districts of Michigan

• U.S. Court of Appeals, Sixth Circuit

• Supreme Court of the United States


• Federal Bar Association, Eastern District of Michigan

• State Bar of Michigan

• National Association of Bankruptcy Trustees

• American Bankruptcy Institute

• American Bar Association

• Consumer Bankruptcy Association, Eastern District of Michigan

• Oakland County Bar Association, Debtor/Creditor Committee

• American Inns of Court, Master 


• "It Pays to Verify Real Estate Values", ABI Journal, June 2014

• "Strategies for Consumer Bankruptcy Appeals", Aspatore Books, a Thomson Reuters business, 2012

• Co-author, "The Eect of the Bankruptcy Reform Act on Divorce-Related Obligations and Claims", Laches, November 2005 (Oakland County Bar Association)

• "Dischargeability of Alimony and Property Settlements", Laches, June 2001 (Oakland County Bar Association)

• "Bankruptcy and Divorce", Michigan Family Law Journal, 2001 


• Messy Chapter 7s - ABI/Detroit Consumer Bankruptcy Conference (2019)

• Bankruptcy Basics - OCBA Inns of Court (2018) 

Ethics in Representing the Consumer Debtor  - ABI/Central States Annual Bankruptcy Workshop (2015)

• Estes v Titus: Judgment of Divorce and the Fraudulent Transfer  - ICLE/The Intersection of Family Law & Bankruptcy (2011)

• The Tax Man Cometh and the Tax Man Taketh Away - Tax Issues in Consumer Cases ABI/Central States Annual Bankruptcy Workshop (2011)

• New Issues in Enforcing Mortgages in Bankruptcy - State Bar of Michigan, Business Law and Real Estate Sections (2010)

• Chief Restructuring Ocer Panel - MIWIRC (2010)

• Mortgage Fraud - U.S. Attorney's Oce/Trustee Training (2008)

• ABI/Detroit Consumer Program (2007)

• Consumer Bankruptcy Association (2002) 


• Wayne State University Law School (J.D., cum laude, 1999)

• Walsh College (B.A., with distinction, 1994) 

Tracy M. Clark is a Principal with the firm, specializing in bankruptcy law for over 17 years. Tracy enjoys developing solutions to the legal problems faced by financially distressed individuals and businesses and, when necessary, litigating those issues at the trial and appellate levels. Tracy has spent a significant amount of her career representing Chapter 7 bankruptcy trustees. These experiences have helped her develop an understanding of what trustees are looking for in their cases and how to avoid problems when filing bankruptcy cases for her own clients. Tracy has represented individuals in Chapters 7 and 13, businesses in Chapters 11 and 7, secured creditors, unsecured creditors, and parties to preference and fraudulent conveyance litigation. Her versatile experience in all facets of bankruptcy sets her apart, inspiring confidence in her clients and helping them move forward with peace of mind.