Judgment Enforcement for Commercial Collections in Michigan

When you hire the law office of Muller, Muller, Richmond, Harms & Myers, P.C., to handle your commercial collection in Michigan, you will be working with established legal collectors. For more than five decades, our qualified and experienced attorneys have represented clients having cases involving simple to complex collection enforcement and recovery.

Commercial Collections in Michigan

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 who we train
  • Computerized assets locators, bank locators, employment locators, vital information, personal property, real property
  • Social media
  • Affiliated business/successor business
  • Interest, costs, court officer fees
  • Skipping
  • Stipulations
  • Consent judgments
  • Effective calls, pre- and post-judgment
  • Credit bureaus/credit data

Recovery of Legal Judgments

The debt collection attorneys in Michigan at our firm take 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 more than 50 years makes us a reliable and reputable resource for our clients who are expecting results.

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

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