Bankruptcy and Creditor's Rights
The firm practices in all areas of creditor's rights and bankruptcy law. This includes the representation of financial institutions and other lenders, account creditors and judgment creditors, insurance companies, landlords, tenants, business owners, secured and unsecured creditors, and other interested parties in Chapter 7, 11, 12, and 13 bankruptcies and matters arising in those cases. We are experienced in handling contested cases and adversary proceedings in bankruptcy court, including actions seeking automatic stay relief, challenges to preference payments and fraudulent conveyances, turnover actions, challenges to dischargeability, and other controversies arising under the Bankruptcy Code.
We also represent creditors and court-appointed trustees in Chapter 11 reorganization and Chapter 7 liquidation cases. In fact, one of our attorneys has extensive experience as a chapter 7 and 11 trustee, handling cases primarily in the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern District of Tennessee.
In addition, our firm provides representation of clients in matters outside of bankruptcy, including recovery and collection actions, including security deed, UCC, and lien foreclosures.
The attorneys who practice in this area of law are:
For more information on Bankruptcy and Creditor’s Rights, please contact us at (865) 546-7311 or select an attorney above to contact them directly.