Creditors’ Rights and Remedies
Understanding your legal rights can make all the difference in your case. The experienced attorneys at Birch Horton Bittner & Cherot offer sound legal advice and help navigate the difficulties associated with debt collection and settlement.
We assist clients in a variety of complicated matters and protect your rights as a creditor. We represent secured and unsecured creditors, including lenders, banks, guarantors, shareholders, and other entities. With our thorough knowledge of how businesses function, we understand their financial needs and assist in settling disputes between multiple creditors trying to collect money from the same individual.
Preserving Rights as a Creditor
Creditors do not lose all their rights when a debtor files for bankruptcy. Depending on the type of creditor you are, you may have options to preserve your rights or at least mitigate your losses. We handle a variety of matters for creditors, and can also represent you in court, if and when the need for legal action arises. Our attorneys have worked through a variety of situations with clients, including:
- Secured transactions
- Deeds in lieu, short sales, and foreclosures
- Loan modifications (workouts and forbearances)
- Bankruptcy and insolvency-related litigation
It is Imperative to Act Quickly
BHBC bankruptcy attorneys can help you enforce your creditors’ rights, with knowledgeable attorneys in both our Washington, D.C., and Anchorage offices. Creditors should remember that there are important time frames in which bankruptcy cases must be handled. If you need to talk about your options, contact us to speak with one of our knowledgeable attorneys, James H. Lister, George R. Pitts, or Austin K. Barron, or contact us online to arrange a consultation.