Creditors' Rights and Bankruptcy

Our trusted attorneys are dedicated to assisting creditors, as well as business and individual debtors, to resolve bankruptcy and debt issues both in and out of court.

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Creditors' Rights and Bankruptcy Attorneys

The attorneys in our Creditors' Rights and Bankruptcy group are known for their vigorous and successful representation of businesses and individuals involved in foreclosures, workouts, collection actions and bankruptcies of all kinds.  

Using our broad knowledge of creditor remedies, debt restructuring techniques and workout structures, our lawyers regularly assist creditors in obtaining repayment of debts, recovery of collateral and foreclosure of real property.  Our attorneys have decades of experience representing institutional lenders, secured creditors, creditors' committees, debtors-in-possession, bankruptcy trustees, lessors, guarantors, unsecured creditors, shareholders, individuals, and others.  In addition to representing creditors, we also assist business and individual debtors, both inside and outside of bankruptcy, to reorganize their business or personal finances or liquidate their assets.  We are able to handle all facets of debtor/creditor representation, both in and out of court.  Our experience includes:

  • Enforcement of security interests in personal property and real property collateral via self-help repossession, foreclosure and claim and delivery
  • Workouts, loan modifications, and forbearance agreements
  • Employing the judicial process to enforce the payment and collection of debts, from the initiation of litigation to the enforcement of judgments through execution and supplemental proceedings
  • Pre-judgment attachment and garnishment
  • Appointment of receivers
  • Fraudulent conveyance actions
  • Representation of all parties in bankruptcy cases and adversary proceedings, including individual and business debtors, financial institutions, trustees, lessors, creditors’ committees, and secured and unsecured creditors
  • Involuntary bankruptcies
  • Representation of clients in bankruptcy adversary proceedings of all kinds, from avoidance actions to objections to discharge
  • Representation of creditors in the plan confirmation process for both individual and business bankruptcies
  • Asset protection and exemptions planning

Bell, Davis & Pitt’s creditors’ rights and bankruptcy attorneys have an active practice in all North Carolina state courts, as well as in the federal courts for the Eastern, Middle and Western Districts of North Carolina.  

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