Our Bankruptcy Attorneys Represent Creditors and Debtors in Proceedings Under Chapters 7, 11 and 13

We represent creditor clients in Bankruptcy Court in all bankruptcy chapters, including Chapter 7 liquidations, Chapter 11 business reorganizations, and Chapter 13 individual reorganizations. Our bankruptcy attorneys have decades of experience, and they rely on this experience to help creditors maximize the amount they are able to recover.

But, our firm’s bankruptcy services go beyond protecting the rights of sophisticated creditors and businesses when their debtors seek bankruptcy relief. We also assist individuals and businesses who are serious about restructuring their debt and finding an equitable way to repay their creditors. When businesses or individuals seek bankruptcy protection, our firm is there every step of the way.

Representation for Creditors in Chapters 7, 11, and 13 Bankruptcy Proceedings

Much of our bankruptcy practice is devoted to representing creditors in Chapters 7, 11, and 13 bankruptcy proceedings. We are experienced in all phases of bankruptcy practice, including the negotiation of proposed plans of reorganization, litigation related to relief from automatic stays, lien priority disputes, objecting to discharges and bankruptcy, and defending preference actions. When representing creditors, we work closely with our clients to help them evaluate their options and explore all avenues toward collecting on their debts as efficiently as possible.

In addition to representing creditors in the bankruptcy courts, we also represent creditors in informal workouts and debt restructurings. Oftentimes, debtors will seek to restructure their debts out of court before (or in some cases after) initiating formal bankruptcy proceedings. Sometimes this will prove advantageous to creditors, and other times it won’t. Our attorneys help creditors pursue their best options based on the circumstances presented.

Representation for Individuals and Businesses Seeking Bankruptcy Protection in Ohio, Kentucky, and Colorado

For individuals and businesses alike, filing for bankruptcy can offer a fresh start. But, as filing for bankruptcy is not without consequences, it is important for indebted individuals and businesses to consider alternatives as well. We help our debtor clients explore all viable options, including bankruptcy alternatives and filings under:

  • Chapter 7 – Chapter 7 bankruptcies are “liquidation” proceedings that allow debtors to completely eliminate qualifying debts.
  • Chapter 11 – Chapter 11 bankruptcies afford companies the opportunity to “reorganize” their debts in a manner that allows the company to remain operational.
  • Chapter 13 – Chapter 13 offers a reorganization option for individuals similar to the option offered to businesses under Chapter 11.

Which option is right for you or your business? This isn’t necessarily an easy question to answer. Our bankruptcy attorneys can guide you through all relevant considerations, and we can help you make an informed decision with your long-term personal financial interests or business objectives in mind.

Schedule a Consultation with a Bankruptcy Attorney at Rendigs

If you would like more information about our firm’s bankruptcy practice, we encourage you to speak with an attorney in our bankruptcy practice group. To schedule an appointment at your convenience, please call 513-381-9200 or tell us how we can help online today.