Creditors' Rights

creditorsOur creditors’ rights attorneys want our clients to get what they deserve—economic justice.  Our goals are to help relieve your stress by taking responsibility for collecting your debts so you can focus on other matters, and to contribute to the overall success of your business.    Our knowledge, experience and commitment to client service allows us to promptly and aggressively handle a vast array of matters on a daily basis, ranging from foreclosures of real property to complex construction disputes.  We have devoted considerable resources to the implementation of systems that allow us to be highly efficient, timely and cost effective in protecting our clients’ interests.  Our attorneys also participate on legislative committees in areas that matter to our clients and stay current on new legislation in order to remain cutting-edge so that any Creditors’ Rights matter can be handled promptly.

The Creditors’ Rights practice group represents any business client in need of assistance in collecting money owed, drafting form documents and ensuring that adequate security is in place to protect your right to payment, including, but not limited to, major financial institutions, private lenders, credit unions, material suppliers, equipment renters, lumber yards, general contractors, subcontractors, architects and engineers.  Some of the specific matters we handle include:

  • Judicial and non-judicial foreclosures of real property
  • Deeds in lieu of foreclosure
  • Receiverships
  • Creditor bankruptcy issues
  • Bank/credit union issues arising under state and federal law
  • Disputes involving the sales of real and personal property
  • Unsecured collections
  • Commercial and residential evictions
  • Landlord-tenant disputes
  • Foreclosure of security interests in personal property, including self-help repossession
  • Construction lien and bond claims
  • Drafting of construction contracts and related documents
  • Drafting of credit agreements and guarantees
  • Collection of deficiency judgments after completion of judicial foreclosures
  • Construction Contractor’s Board claims
  • Disputes relating to construction plans and specifications

Attorneys in the Creditors’ Rights Practice Group:

Nancy K. Cary

Garrett S. Ledgerwood

Patrick A. Lynd

Patrick W. Wade