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Law Offices of RL Johnson PLLC

Michigan's Premier Civil Litigation Firm

Judgment Collections


Under Michigan law, a judgment from a Michigan court is good (i.e., remains collectable) for 10 years, while a judgment from another state is good for 6 years.  However, a judgment may be “renewed” for another 10- or 6-year period.


Additionally, wily debtors can slow down the collection process by filing motions for a new trial, motions for rehearing or reconsideration, or motions for other relief from judgment within the 21-day appeal period.


To overcome these pitfalls Creditors need experienced litigators and collection lawyers skilled in every aspect of the collection process.  Our skill has lead to cash recoveries in even the most difficult cases. 


If you are ready to collect your judgment, Contact Us today.  You can even Submit Your Account Online for review by and free consultation with a debt collection attorney.

(800) 597-0284






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DISCLAIMER: All information contained in this website is for education purpose only and is not intended to be legal advice.  Moreover, communication with this firm does not form an attorney-client relationship. That relationship only occurs upon the execution of a retainer agreement.  Moreover, while the information contained in this communication may be based on laws and court rulings, it must not be relied upon as legal advice on specific facts. Law Offices of RL Johnson PLLC, its agents and affiliates cannot and will not render any legal or tax advice of any kind, unless said agent is duly licensed by the applicable state and/or federal authority to give said advice.

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