About Hanna & Jarbo, PLLC Debt Collection Attorneys

Welcome to Hanna & Jarbo, PLLC.

Our law firm serves one type of client: Creditors. This includes landlords, suppliers, contractors, lenders, judgment holders, and others to-whom money is due. This singular focus has allowed our firm to develop an expertise in the collection of past-due accounts, judgments, rent, credit, returned checks, and other financial obligations.

Contact our offices today so that our team of attorneys can collect what’s lawfully owed to you or your company.

Creditors' Rights Law

General Debt Collection

With a more than 90% success rate*, if we accept a creditor’s past-due or charged-off account, we are very likely to collect. Our firm represents a wide range of creditors in the area of collecting past-due and otherwise fully-exhausted debt(s). In many cases, we collect the entire past-due balance, plus all of the related costs and attorney fees. We work with various creditors including construction material suppliers, contractors, landlords, financial institutions, higher-education creditors, B2B supply companies, professional service providers, and other creditors.

At Hanna & Jarbo, PLLC, we work closely with our clients, not only in collecting past-due balances, but also in advising them on how to better protect their business when extending future credit. When working with debtors, our staff and attorneys are diligent and careful in representing our creditor-clients in a professional and courteous manner. Debt is a circumstance that most don’t chose voluntarily – to that end, respect, patience, and dignity is at the core of our collection efforts.

*Past performance is not indicative of future results.

Specific Areas of Debt Collection

  • Supplier Account Receivables

  • Returned Checks (including charge-back credit card payments)

  • Landlord-Tenant Debt & Money Judgments

  • Charged-off or non-paying commercial credit portfolios

  • Construction debts

  • Auto loan and deficiencies

  • General loans, notes, and credit lines in default

  • Secured and unsecured judgments or liens

  • Foreign (non-Michigan) judgments

  • Mortgage/Land Contract deficiencies

  • Other commercial paper receivables