In today’s economic climate, many creditors may assume they have no recourse when they receive a bankruptcy notice about one of their debtors. At Christian & Small, our lawyers strive to provide options to maximize a recovery ranging from the analysis of good faith filings, aggressive argument of first day motions, dealing with cash collateral issues, pursuing guarantors, challenging a debtor’s discharge where appropriate and maximizing value through court authorized asset sales.
The bankruptcy and creditors’ rights lawyers at Christian & Small regularly represent the rights of creditors, lenders, financial institutions, corporations, businesses and individuals under applicable state and federal debtor/creditor laws. Our lawyers routinely appear before all of the bankruptcy judges in Alabama and have made special appearances in courts throughout the country. We assist clients with commercial collections, loan workouts, lender liability, insolvency matters, lien disputes and foreclosures. We routinely represent clients in litigation involving stay relief, preferences, lien avoidance, secured transactions, fraudulent transfers, setoff, breach of contract or warranty, accounts receivable, inventory financing and real estate matters, as well as trade secrets cases and disputes between businesses.