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Creditors' Rights

Experienced, Aggressive and Cost-Effective

Practice Emphasis Since 1987


Effectuating creditors' rights and remedies requires specialized knowledge. Our attorneys are experienced and know the procedures to follow, and pitfalls to avoid, to achieve a creditor’s objectives. Whether secured or unsecured debt, in workout or in litigation, in state, federal or bankruptcy court, our attorneys will lead the way. We are experienced with individual, corporate and institutional clients, including representation of national clients and major corporations in all types of commercial disputes and creditors' rights work involving secured and unsecured debt, real estate and other asset based lending, vendor leasing, and portfolio recovery management.


Obtaining a writ of attachment can be a creditor’s only hope to recover on an unsecured obligation. Timing is critical — a creditor may get only one shot before the debtor spends, moves, or hides assets knowing that the creditor is coming on strong. Often a writ of attachment brings the entire case to resolution in the first month or two of a case, thus saving substantial legal expense overall. We can quickly assess a client’s chances to obtain a writ of attachment that could well save the day!


Most important: bring payment defaults to our attention early — the earlier the better. Debtors’ difficulties will increase as time passes, and those who push for their recoveries early will fare much better than those who “wait and see”. Whether a workout or immediate legal action is necessary, there is no time to wait. We will quickly provide recommendations to improve a client’s position, as well as legal fee estimates to accomplish the work needed.

Our Creditors' Rights practice includes:


  • Lawsuits in State and Federal Court

  • Workouts

  • Writs of Attachment and other Writs and Receivers

  • Judicial Foreclosures

  • Fraudulent Conveyance

  • Enforcement of Judgments

  • Bankruptcy Claims, Non-Discharge Actions, Defense of Preference Claims

  • Unsecured and Secured Debts

  • Portfolio Asset Recovery

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