Lisa K. Lietz-Ray

Attorney Lisa Lietz-Ray

Zealously Collecting and Enforcing Creditors’ Rights for over 24 years.

Lisa Kay Lietz-Ray is an associate with Krekeler Strother, S.C. She obtained her Bachelor of Arts Degree from University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point in 1988 and her Juris Doctorate from University of Wisconsin-Madison Law School in 1991. Collection law is her main area of practice and she provides the following services:

  • Collects on both consumer and business accounts such as bank notes, mortgages, medical services, cattle feed, farm equipment, freight services, personal injury judgments and attorneys’ fees, to name just a few.
  • Files lawsuits for the collection of money as well as for the repossession of collateral, such as boats, cars, semi trucks, and farm equipment.
  • Extensive experience in skip tracing, locating employment, bank accounts and assets.
  • Handles everything from the initial lawsuit to picking up the collateral and having it sold.
  • Post judgment collection experience includes the garnishment of paychecks, milk checks, accounts receivable, and bank accounts.
  • Arranges for the seizure and sale of debtors’ property (such as real estate, cars, cash register contents) to pay on the judgment.
  • Files motions for relief from stay, proof of claims, and negotiates stipulations for creditors in bankruptcy cases.
  • Serves as a court ordered receiver to tackle more difficult collection situations.
  • Assists clients in fine tuning their customer applications and account agreements to maximize collection (including attorneys’ fees and collection costs if permitted by law) should the customer’s account go to collection.
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Painting, cooking, travel, creating theatrical props, making costumes, and freshwater aquariums.


Caught a 5 foot, 150 pound shark with her oldest son while deep sea fishing in June of 2015.


Winning a Motion to Dismiss based upon the pleading requirements under the Wisconsin Consumer Act against Attorney Robert Kohn who has authored books on Wisconsin collection law.

“Show me the money!”

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