Commercial Collections

Mr. Roberts represents both debtors and creditors in commercial collections matters. He has successfully negotiated advantageous settlements for numerous debtor clients. He has also worked extensively with credtiors, helping to collect judgments ranging in size from a few hundred dollars to tens of thousands of dollars. His zealous representation of creditors and quick response rate ensure that debts are collected as fast as possible.

 

While many collections actions can be settled without going to court, the threat of a lawsuit is often necessary to collect against some debtors. Mr. Roberts understands that lawsuits are a necessary part of his collections practice, and if letters and phonecalls go unanswered, will not hesitate to file suit. His experience representing clients in state court collections actions and entering out of state judgments makes him the perfect fit for both in state and out of state companies looking to collect against Michigan entities. 

 

Mr. Roberts allows commercial creditors to choose whether to be billed on a contingency fee basis, hourly basis, or blended fee basis. He allows debtors to choose between hourly and blended billing arrangements. His straightforward, client-centric pricing makes legal costs easy to predict. Unlike many commercial collection attorneys, Mr. Roberts does not include additional fees for postage fees, copying fees, mailing fees, printing fees, or long distance phone calls in his billings. 

 

Contact Us

 

Scott F. Roberts Law, PLC

 

24359 Northwestern Hwy #150

Southfield, MI 48075

 

Office: (248) 234-4060

Fax: (248) 355-3103

Email: scott.f.roberts@gmail.com

 

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Scott F. Roberts, Esq. is available to represent individuals, companies, trusts, and non-profit entities throughout the Southeast Michigan area, including Ann Arbor, Berkley, Bloomfield, Birmingham, Canton, Dearborn, Detroit, Farmington Hills, Franklin, Ferndale, Livonia, Novi,  Pontiac, Port Huron, Rochester, Royal Oak, Southfield,  Sterling Heights, St. Clair Shores, Troy, West Bloomfield, Waterford, Warren, and all cities within Oakland County, Wayne County, Macomb County, Livingston County, Washtenaw County and Monroe County.

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