The Attorneys at Wetherington Hamilton are here to guide you, as a Creditor, through the complex bankruptcy process. We have the breadth and depth to deliver efficient and effective solutions to our Creditor clients and have wide-ranging experience in Creditor representation in all types of bankruptcy cases including business Chapter 7 and 11 filings as well as consumer bankruptcy filings.
The Firm’s attorneys represent banks, credit unions, commercial finance lenders, consumer finance companies, mortgage lenders and other financial service providers. The firm also represents homeowners associations, condominium associations, landlords, lessors of personal property, secured lenders, unsecured lenders, Bankruptcy Trustees and suppliers.
Creditor representation services which the Firm’s attorneys provide include:
- Obtaining relief from the automatic stay
- Objecting to Disclosure Statements
- Objecting to Confirmation of Chapter 11 and 13 Plans
- Proof of Claim filing
- Defending Objections to Proofs of Claim
- Protecting Cash Collateral and obtaining adequate protection when the debtor keeps possession of secured property
- Representation of Landlords and Lessors and negotiation of lease assumptions or rejections
- Attendance at Meetings of Creditors
- Seeking Bankruptcy Rule 2004 Examinations of the debtor and other participants in the bankruptcy case
- Defense of adversary proceedings, including preference, fraudulent transfer and turnover of property litigation
- Bankruptcy law is often counterintuitive and complicated and certainly different from how things work in the “real world”. Consult with the experienced creditor’s attorneys at Wetherington
- Hamilton to demystify this process and discuss the details of your situation and your options as a creditor in a bankruptcy case.
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