Our Credit Lawyers
Unlike other debt collection firms, you will receive my personal attention. Your file will not be handed off to a paralegal or even an associate attorney. I will handle your matter myself. I have taken hundreds of cases to trial with great success. My staff may do administrative work on your matter, but I am always available to talk with you about your case, give you status updates and make sure that your collection matter is handled aggressively.
How we collect debt
We usually try the nice way first. We talk to debtors and try to get them on a payment plan, with our clients’ permission of course. We have found, generally, that when a debtor is committed to a payment plan, debts get paid.
If the nice way of debt collection does not work, we then resort to such things as:
We have debtors served with a subpoena to testify as to their assets. We examine several documents such as their tax returns, pay stubs, documents to vehicles and real estate, businesses and anything else of value.
In Michigan, we can garnish up to 25% of one’s take home pay.
We can seize one’s Michigan income tax refund (not federal).
Writs of Seizure
If we identify assets that a debtor may own including a business, cars, boat, or real estate, we will have these assets seized and sold at auction to get our clients paid.
If a debtor has a business that is a going concern, we will ask the court to appoint a receiver over the business and to have that receiver pay profits over to us. The receiver is an “arm of the court” and thus has many privileges at law. We have had great success with receivers.
If you are owed money by a business or a consumer, call me, Attorney Kevin Taylor at (248) 223-1999 or email me at Kevin@creditor-law.com. I will personally handle your collection matter quickly and get you your money.
Kevin M. Taylor, PC
24901 Northwestern Hwy #306
Southfield, MI 48075