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Collections

Whether it be at the moment of default or post-judgment, collecting on past due accounts can be a daunting task in any economic climate. The Michigan collections attorneys of O'Reilly Rancilio aggressively pursue the collection of debts on behalf of their clients while maintaining strict adherence to the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act and other applicable statutes governing the collection practice generally. Our professional staff, consisting of collectors, attorneys, paralegals and third-party professionals, including court officers, utilize state-of-the-art asset locating software, databases, and methods to maximize recovery for our clients.

Our attorneys work with state agencies, officers, and asset recovery specialists throughout the state of Michigan. Whether the debt is perceived to be uncollectible or the debtor has attachable assets, the creditors' rights department of O'Reilly Rancilio is equipped to address the following:

  • Pursuit of commercial and consumer debts
  • Preparation of initial demand letters and payment arrangements
  • Collection litigation
  • Post-judgment enforcement, including creditor's exams, garnishments, writs of execution, and judgment liens
  • Skip tracing, asset investigation, and obtaining stop flash orders

O'Reilly Rancilio's creditors' rights department utilizes proprietary, automated systems to manage large volumes of collection files and generate reports adapted to fit the specific needs of each client regardless of their size.



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