Debt Collection Laws Protecting Our Military

Debt Collectors Michigan

Do you have debtors in the military?

Are you having a hard time collecting?

Unfortunately, it can be a little bit more difficult to see any money from these debtors.

The Servicemembers Civil Relief Act (SCRA) provides protection to members of the military assigned to federal active duty so that their legal rights aren’t adversely affected by their military service.

Among the provisions of the SCRA, military members have the right to request a stay of civil court proceedings and may be able to secure relief from default judgments obtained while they’re on active duty. Upon notice to creditors, they may be eligible for reduced interest rates on their debts.

It’s so important that you understand the collection laws of all states in which you attempt to collect debts because the law may be different!

Have Questions? We Specialize in Debt Collection!

At Muller, Muller, Richmond, & Harms, P.C., our debt collectors in Michigan can help you build a strategy customized to fit your business needs. We want to ensure you receive the best possible outcome in pursuing your case. 

Since 1961, our top-rated lawyers have been 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 or out of the country.

Take the First Step! Our Debt Collectors in Michigan Can Help You!

If you need help settling a debt owed to your business by a debtor in Michigan, contact our experienced debt collectors in Michigan.

Let our experts handle all the work for you! 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. Don’t let the money owed to you go away – get started today! We look forward to hearing from you.

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

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