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Bankruptcy and Creditors’ Rights Litigation

McCandlish lawyers regularly counsel creditors, debtors, and other interested parties in connection with bankruptcies, creditor’s rights litigation, out-of-court workout agreements, landlord/tenant disputes, and other collections matters.

McCandlish lawyers regularly counsel creditors, debtors, and other interested parties in connection with bankruptcies, creditor’s rights litigation, out-of-court workout agreements, landlord/tenant disputes, and other collections matters.

Creditor Representation in Bankruptcies

McCandlish lawyers have experience representing creditors in federal district and bankruptcy courts in connection with requests for relief from automatic stay, and initiating adversarial proceedings.

General Creditor’s Rights Litigation

Our attorneys represent a variety of creditors in Virginia state court litigation in commercial collections matters, collections on judgments, seizures of collateral, attachments, injunctions, garnishments, and levies.

Out-of-Court Workout Agreements

On behalf of borrowers and lenders, our firm negotiates out-of-court workouts and financial restructuring transactions. We strive to develop cost effective solutions to the borrower’s solvency problems and avoid bankruptcy.

Landlord/Tenant

McCandlish lawyers represent landlords and tenants in unlawful detainers and other collections matters.

For more information about McCandlish’s Creditors’ Rights Practice, or to request an initial consultation about your case, we invite you to review our creditor’s rights attorneys’ respective profiles, and welcome you to contact them.

 

 

 

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