Debt Collector in Michigan

Debt Collector Michigan

Are you looking for a speedy resolution to your collection matters?

Do you want to ensure your creditor’s rights are protected?

Are you looking for a fair debt collector in Michigan to collect on your unpaid invoices?

Many people are scared of losing their business due to unpaid invoices because they’ve waited so long to collect that they’re in a hole. It can be hard to dig yourself out, but your business can be saved! Many business owners are unaware of the appropriate steps they need to take in order to file a lawsuit. Please know that there are useful resources out there that can help you!

At Muller, Muller, Richmond, & Harms, our top rated lawyers are dedicated to professionally and aggressively pursuing the money you’re owed in a straightforward, ethical manner. With offices in Birmingham and Grand Rapids, we handle claims against debtors located in Michigan, even if you are located out of state.

We want to win your case as much as you do! We don’t get paid unless you get paid!

We’ve been a successful Michigan collection firm for over 50 years. This is possible because our experienced attorneys work very hard to get results for you! Not only do we listen to our clients, but we use time-tested tactics to collect the money owed to you.


Get Started Today: The First Step!

If you’re a business owner, you should be spending your time conducting business rather than chasing down debts. Contact our experienced collection firm to speak with a debt collector in Michigan today at (248) 645-2440 for an immediate resolution to your collection matters. Let the experts worry about your collections, so you have more time to focus on growing your business.

If you require collection services, your first step is easy. Fill out the information form on our “Contact Us” page, or give us a call at 248-645-2440, to ask questions and figure out your next steps. We offer a free consultation and strategy meeting, no fees unless you win! Don’t let the money owed to you go away – get started today! We look forward to hearing from you.

What Can You Expect at a Strategy Meeting?

Obviously every case is different, but we take the time to get to know each client and every case on a personal level. When you hire one of our debt collection attorneys to take your case, we will ease your stress by developing a strategy that works best for your unique case. An in-depth analysis and investigation of the facts will help us determine your options. As an added bonus, in most cases, no attorney fee will be charged unless we collect for you!

Part of our debt collections strategy development process involves:

  • Alternative Dispute Resolution
    • Case evaluation
    • Arbitration
    • Mediation
    • Dispute resolution
  • Counterclaim Defense
    • Aggressive defense of counterclaim actions
    • Affirmative defense strategies and discovery
  • Including all the parties involved such as personal guarantors and all entities and persons who can be held liable on your claim

Debt Collector in Michigan: Fights for Your Creditors’ Rights!

The debt collectors in Michigan at our firm takes pride in enforcing judgments on behalf of our creditor clients. We work hard to achieve results and utilize a variety of methods to ensure that our clients recover everything owed to them. The fact that our firm has been doing collections work for over 50 years makes us a reliable and reputable resource for our clients who are expecting results.

Our attorneys are top rated by AV Martindale-Hubbell, AV Preeminent, and Super Lawyers, and they truly care about your case. Our staff is always available for a free initial strategy meeting to build a relationship with you and figure out what you need.

Can You Enforce a Judgment?

You can count on us to enforce your judgments. We exhaust all possible legal and creative ways to recover your judgments, including actions and thorough investigations involving:

  • Asset attachments/executions
  • Garnishments, all types: taxes, wages, third parties, receivables
  • Claim and deliveries (replevins)
  • Creditor exams
  • Receiverships
  • Warrants/bonds
  • Use of court officers, deputy sheriffs, process servers.
  • Computerized assets locators, bank locators, employment locators, vital information, personal property, real property
  • Social media
  • Affiliated business/successor business
  • Interest, costs, court officer fees
  • Skip-Tracing
  • Stipulations
  • Consent judgments
  • Effective collection calls, both pre- and post-judgment
  • Credit bureaus/credit data collection


We pursue actions that are aggressive, but professional. We work to find the quickest and most efficient way for our clients to collect. This may include asset attachment through the court officer, or garnishing the debtor's accounts, placing liens, conducting debtor exams or other means.


Post-suit actions involve quick entry of judgments. If the matter is uncontested, we file motions for summary judgment. If contested, we proceed with effective discovery methods to help bring litigation to a speedy conclusion.

Constant communication with the debtor/debtor's attorney is also helpful through the entire process to make sure your balance is paid as quickly as possible.


Pre-suit involves conducting a full investigation, making aggressive phone calls, and verifying information. This process can involve "skipping" or "skip tracing," which means finding the debtor's address and assets, including their hidden assets and property.

Once this information has been verified, if the debtor continues to avoid payment, we’ll recommend filing a suit on your behalf.

When a suit is authorized and filed, we then use the best process servers in the area. Our goal is to serve important legal documents as quickly as possible so our clients are offered the best chance of a speedy resolution and quick payment.

Muller, Muller, Richmond, & Harms, P.C

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