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Sued by Weber & Olcese, PLC in Michigan?

iStock_000032706966SmallHave you been contacted by Weber & Olcese, PLC about an outstanding debt?  If so, this means that a debt collector has retained this law firm in order to help them collect this sum of money from you.  Typically this happens when an individual has credit card debt or unpaid student or personal loans.   Depending on your particular situation, your debt or “portfolio” may have changed hands several times from the original debtor to subsequent collectors.

When a firm such as Weber & Olcese, PLC is involved, their job is to do everything they can to recover these funds for their client, the owner of your debt.  This means they may have taken legal action or may in the future.  If you have been contacted by Weber & Olcese, PLC or a debt collector, it is in your best interest to consider retaining your own legal counsel to defend your rights.  The attorneys at Garmo & Kiste, PLC are experts in debt collection cases.  Our expertise stems from years working with debt collectors and defending clients in cases involving creditors, debt collection agencies and firms such as Weber & Olcese, PLC.  We have handled many cases in cities such as Troy, Novi, and Madison Heights. We have gained detailed knowledge about the various options that may be available to you.  Some firms won’t look beyond bankruptcy but we pride ourselves on giving each case individualized attention and finding the correct solution for each client’s situation.  If you have been contacted by Weber & Olcese, PLC or have outstanding debt, contact Garmo & Kiste, PLC at (248) 398-7100 for a free consultation or contact us with a private message.

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  1. Weber and Olcese continue to send garnishments when I am trying to make payments. My job keeps me away from banks during business hours and so exhausted that I forget to do basic personal care such as eat.

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