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Debt Collection Michigan

Do collections have you fed up?

Are you frustrated by getting nowhere with your collection efforts?

Have you tried everything to get your debtor to pay up? 

When all else fails, you may have to sue your debtor! 

How do you get the process started?

  1. File a lawsuit: prepare, file and serve a lawsuit on your debtor.
  2. Litigate a case: take a default judgment if your debtor fails to answer. If the debtor does file an answer, you will need to handle contested litigation.
  3. Testify as a witness: present your case in court.
  4. Collect money post-judgment: search out assets and attach them using the powers of your judgment.

According to the Credit & Collections Kit for Dummies, “Before you file a lawsuit, think about the best course of action for your specific collection problem, based on the facts of the situation. Not every slow payer is a deadbeat who you need to sue.”

At Muller, Muller, Richmond, & Harms, P.C., our attorneys specialize in debt collection in Michigan. We can help you build a strategy customized to fit your business needs. What are you waiting for?

File for Debt Collection in Michigan Today!

If you’re a business owner, you may decide that having a debt collection law firm work on your unpaid invoices is your best choice. That’s an area we specialize in, and we’re happy to discuss your options. 

The law firm of Muller, Muller, Richmond, & Harms, P.C., has successfully represented and handled collection matters for more than 50 years. Our attorneys know how to get results for our clients and they are dedicated to getting a satisfactory outcome. Contact our firm to speak with a lawyer about your needs for debt collection in Michigan today at (248) 645-2440 for a free no obligation consultation.

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

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