Creditors’ Rights & Insolvency
In collaboration with our Banking practice group, attorneys in the Witherspoon Kelley Creditors’ Rights and Insolvency practice area have extensive experience assisting clients throughout the life cycle of a loan transaction – from loan origination to loan satisfaction. Unfortunately, circumstances may arise to cause obligors to default on their loan obligations. With an emphasis on representing regulated and unregulated lenders, the attorneys in the Creditors’ Rights and Insolvency area proactively assist clients in managing distressed credits through loan restructure, workout or forbearance, foreclosure, replevin, receivership and/or bankruptcy. Our attorneys are practical and creative, as all defaults are unique – no two borrowers, companies or defaults are alike.
Should an obligor seek bankruptcy protection, we have represented clients in liquidation and reorganization proceedings in bankruptcy courts throughout the Pacific Northwest. Our Creditors’ Rights and Insolvency attorneys draw on years of experience in helping clients maximize loan recovery.
Areas of Emphasis:
- Bankruptcy lifts of stay
- Complaints for monies due
- Deficiency enforcement
- Judicial and non-judicial foreclosures
- Replevin actions
- Restructuring and out-of-court reorganization
- Wage assignments
- Workouts and forbearance negotiation and documentation
- Writs of attachment