Welcome to MCBA Online!
The Michigan Creditors Bar Association (MCBA) was established in 1994. MCBA provides seminars on collection law as well as education and networking opportunities for attorneys, paralegals, judges, court officers and members of the collection industry.
The Mission of the MCBA is to follow these simple principals:
- To elevate the practice of collection law.
- To provide our members with educational seminars and opportunities for networking and the open exchange of ideas.
- To promote legislation and court rules to strengthen and improve the judicial system.
MCBA Member Information Update
MCBA attorneys are licensed to practice law in the State of Michigan. To qualify for and be admitted to full membership, a firm shall have a primary member who is licensed to practice law in the State of Michigan, who is a member in good standing in the State Bar of Michigan and who regularly engages in the practice of Creditors' Rights.
Membership Categories & Benefits: Full & Associate (see details below)
Full Membership Dues: $225 annually plus a Governmental Assessment Fee, $100 for small firms or $375 for large firms. To be eligible for full membership in MCBA a firm shall have a primary member who is licensed to practice law in the State of Michigan , who is a member in good standing in the State Bar of Michigan and who regularly engages in the practice of Creditor’s Rights. Click on the link below for full detail on membership.
Judgment Lien Law
Michigan now has a new, effective and economical remedy to enforce judgments. MCL 600.2801 et seq. allows judgment creditors to file judgment liens in the county in which the debtor resides.
The Michigan Creditors Bar Association held a seminar on September 29, 2004 regarding the new Judgment Lien Law which became effective in Michigan as of September 1, 2004. The seminar was videotaped live.