Bankruptcy, Insolvency, and Restructuring
Providing Answers to Your Financial Questions
At Birch Horton Bittner & Cherot, we are familiar with every aspect of bankruptcy, insolvency, restructuring, and creditor’s rights. Birch Horton Bittner & Cherot is committed to providing each of our clients with a high level of personal service and real solutions to financial troubles. We have also represented the secured creditor, unsecured creditors and a creditors’ committee, the debtor, the suppliers of goods or services to the debtor, a union or another interested party.
Birch Horton Bittner & Cherot has experienced bankruptcy and creditors’ rights attorneys in both its Anchorage and Washington, D.C., offices. We frequently represent clients in transactions where the possibility of the other party seeking bankruptcy protection must be fully addressed and the transaction must be documented accordingly.
We counsel borrowers as well as lenders in planning transactions. We have represented debtors in successful Chapter 11 reorganizations, and we have also provided strategic advice that has assisted firm clients in avoiding bankruptcy entirely. Our firm has a record of success in insolvency-related and lender-related litigation, both in bankruptcy and non-bankruptcy courts.
Determining What is Best for You
Our attorneys participate in bankruptcy cases in Alaska; the northwest; the Washington, D.C., area; New York; Delaware; and elsewhere. In any given case, we may represent the secured creditor, an unsecured creditor or a creditors’ committee, the debtor, the suppliers of goods or services to the debtor, a union or another interested party. Our attorneys have worked through a variety of situations with clients, including:
- Acquiring, financing, and selling distressed businesses and assets
- Bankruptcy avoidance strategies and pre-bankruptcy counseling
- Business bankruptcy cases
- Insolvencies involving regulated businesses and government contractors
- Unsecured creditors’ committee representation
- Mergers and acquisitions
Contact Our Experienced Bankruptcy Attorneys
If your business is struggling to meet financial obligations, contact Birch Horton Bittner & Cherot today to schedule a consultation. Our team of bankruptcy attorneys with over 30 years of experience will assess your situation, explain the rules and help you determine what is right for your circumstances.
If you need to talk about your options, contact us to speak with one of our knowledgeable bankruptcy attorneys, James H. Lister, George R. Pitts, or Austin K. Barron, or contact us online to arrange a consultation.