Debt Collection Defense Michigan

Free Debt Defense Resources

Get Your Debts Cleared!

Are You Being Sued By A Debt Collector?

Being Hounded By A Collection Agency?

The Bills Piling Up?

Debt Collectors Threatening You?

In today’s Michigan economy, many are “under a heavy burden” of debt – and just want to get the debt cleared in order to financially breathe again.

There is HOPE! Because you can defend yourself against debt collectors — and WIN!

You might be asking How Do I Defend Myself? and…

Where Do I Start?

By Going To Our FREE Debt Defense Resource at:

There you will find:

  1. Steps to a successful debt collection defense
  2. Forms you can use to help you defend your debt case
  3. Debt defense law & articles
  4. And much more…

Now Go Win Your Debt Collection Defense Case!

Leave a Reply 4 comments

Mrs. Hawkins - August 11, 2013 Reply

Hello, I am trying to find out if/how I can get a paid/satisfied judgment removed from my credit report. I received a copy of the certificate of satisfied judgment from the 36th District Court and a paid/satisfied letter from the attorney. The three credit reporting agencies have entered a paid/satisfied status, but it still appears I want it removed completely. Can you assist or provide a referral to someone who could assist free of charge? I can file my own paperwork if this matter is doable. Thanks for your time. I look forward to hearing from you.

    Debt Settlement Michigan - August 13, 2013 Reply

    The credit reporting agencies are accurately reporting this debt and so I do not know of a way for you to have it entirely removed from your consumer reports. – Rex Anderson

Carmen - December 2, 2013 Reply

Hello, I was recently served with a summons/complaint from a debt buyer and have until the 12/13/2013 to file an answer. I will be defending myself being I can not afford an lawyer. However, preparing the appropriate paper works seem a bit intimidating. While browsing your site, I notice that you mentioned for a minimal fee you can help with the paper work. My question is: how much is the minimal fee?. Thanks for all your help on this site and for your time. Hope to hear from you soon.

Jeffrey B - July 19, 2016 Reply

Hello I am a 100% disabled Veteran, with severe post traumatic stress disorder, my only income is my VA Benefits, and my social security disability benefits.
I am being sued by a creditor in small claims court.
This creditor was made aware from the beginning My only income was my fixed disability income.
They still have won a judgement against me and are now having me subpoena into court to appear/produce.
My disability makes courts or any area that I feel being attacked or pressured in my environment.
Why is this creditor being allowed to do this when they new my only income is my disability??

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