Do-It-Yourself Motion to Set Aside Default (Consumer Debt)

Use this tool to prepare forms to ask the court to set aside a default. If you have received a default or default judgment after someone sued you to collect a debt, you can ask the judge to set aside that default. You will need to do this if you want the court to hear your side of the story before making a final decision. You will go to the LawHelp Interactive website to do this. When you are done answering the questions, your finished form will be ready to print.

Our forms are always free. You will leave Michigan Legal Help and go to our partner site to create forms. The LawHelp Interactive website asks for an optional donation. You do not need to pay anything.

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