The law office of Escamilla & Salisbury, PLLC is a Creditor’s Rights & Insolvency law firm (Commercial and Consumer). We help creditors collect on bad loans, collect rents, foreclose, and evict. We are knowledgeable and experienced in bankruptcy and represent creditors with Chapter 7, 13, and 11 bankruptcy proceedings in the Eastern and Western Districts of Michigan.
In addition to assisting with financial matters, the law office is there to help you with complicated and emotional estate planning topics. When you are preparing your final wishes and creating your legacy, you want to be confident your wishes are honored and your assets end up in the right hands. Ms. Escamilla and Ms. Salisbury are by your side to ensure plans are respected via wills, trusts, powers of attorney and health care directives. When it comes to administration, you can relax knowing the attorneys are able to handle any issues that arise thanks to their extensive probate experience.
Our law firm offers free initial consultations, and we are available to assist with a broad array of business and real estate matters, whether you are forming a new company or disputing the terms of a contract. Regardless of the challenges you face, Escamilla & Salisbury, PLLC, invites you to meet with their attorneys and discuss your situation. The firm welcomes your case in the Kalamazoo metropolitan area as well as the greater counties of Kalamazoo, Calhoun, Van Buren, Cass, Berrien and Saint Joseph.
The firm is a Debt Collection Agency that represents creditors with bankruptcy proceedings in the Eastern and Western Districts of Michigan.
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