Mark McLoughlin


Bankruptcy Attorney with 36 Years Experience

California, District of Columbia, Michigan

Detroit, MI 48226
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About Mark McLoughlin

Practicing in Jurisdictions

  • California

    Admitted in 1979

  • District of Columbia

    Admitted in 1984

  • Michigan

    Admitted in

Associations

  • Michigan State Bar # 29266

    Member

Languages

  • English

Websites

Mark McLoughlin's Office Location

211 W Fort St

Detroit, MI 48226


Frequently Asked Questions

What jursidctions can Mark McLoughlin practice in?

Mark McLoughlin is admitted to practice in California, District of Columbia and Michigan.

How many years of experience does Mark McLoughlin have?

Mark McLoughlin has 36 years experience.

What types of law does Mark McLoughlin practice?

Mark McLoughlin practices bankruptcy law.

Where is Mark McLoughlin's office located?

Mark McLoughlin's office is located at 211 W Fort St Detroit, MI 48226.

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