Bankruptcy & Creditors' Rights

Our Bankruptcy & Creditors’ Rights attorneys pursue the collection of secured and unsecured debt from businesses in Florida State and Federal District and Bankruptcy Courts on behalf of individuals and corporate creditors such as lenders and financial institutions, small, medium and large-sized businesses, landlords, and property management companies.

From transactional work related to creditor-debtor disputes such as commercial loan workouts, loan restructurings, and forbearance agreements, to promissory note collections, mortgage and lien foreclosure actions, defense of lender liability claims, and the prosecution and defense of fraudulent transfer claims, our highly skilled team of attorneys are focused on providing individualized and thorough representation at every stage of the process.

We have extensive experience representing creditors and other interested parties in bankruptcy “§363” sales free and clear of liens, and contested matters such as motions for relief from the automatic stay, and for adequate protection, valuation and lien stripping disputes, claims objections, lease rejections and assumptions, defense of preference and avoidance claims, adversary proceedings seeking the denial of, or exceptions to, a Debtor’s discharge, and Chapter 11 plan confirmation negotiations and contested proceedings commonly referred to as “cramdowns”.

Creditor-Debtor disputes involve multiple practice areas, and sometimes, litigation in state and federal courts, each with its own complex rules. Cross-collaboration in the areas of corporate, finance, real estate, bankruptcy law, and litigation enables us to provide creative strategies and comprehensive solutions tailored to each client’s needs.

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