Deeds in Lieu, Short Sales, and Foreclosures
As a full-service law firm, Birch Horton Bittner & Cherot works with secured creditors conducting foreclosures, evaluating short sales or deed in lieu of foreclosures. Our knowledgeable attorneys are experienced in real estate and bankruptcy law and can assist with obtaining relief from the automatic stay and dealing with other bankruptcy issues.
Our multiple practice groups work capably together representing institutional lenders and, on occasion, debtors and assist lawyers in other units. Municipal attorneys assist local governments in their role as creditors of real estate-holding debtors, both for tax debt and non-tax debt. Homeowners’ association attorneys enforce lien rights. The Birch Horton Bittner & Cherot team identifies issues and anticipates problems before they arise, securing favorable outcomes for our clients.