Creditor’s Rights & Bankruptcy
About Our Creditors’ Rights & Bankruptcy Group
Wise Carter has handled all aspects of distressed debt and distressed assets, representing clients both in and out of court, guiding them through:
- Loan workouts
Wise Carter offers integrated services working closely with members of its other practice areas, such as our Litigation and Corporate Regulatory attorneys, as well as local and corporate counsel.
Through its collaborative approach, Wise Carter meets the specific requirements of each client, which range from indenture trustees, private utilities, public utilities, and other creditors.
Wise Carter also provides counseling to clients who wish to consider the bankruptcy implications of various corporate and commercial transactions.
Our Services and Experience
Wise Carter has a great deal of experience in representing the following clients for Creditors’ Rights & Bankruptcy matters:
- Chapters 7, 11, and 13 proceedings
- Automatic stay proceedings
- Automatic stay violations
- Preference actions
- Fraudulent conveyance
- Other avoidance actions
- Adversary proceedings
- Proof of claims submissions
Entities and Companies
- Purchasing assets from businesses in bankruptcy
- Acquisition of companies in bankruptcy
Representing lenders in bankruptcy proceedings.
Representing equipment lessors and other parties in disputes over leased equipment.
Representing insurers in disputes over coverage, premiums, and deductibles with debtors in bankruptcy.
In recent years, as a result of an increasing number of hospital bankruptcies, our attorneys have developed increased experience in bankruptcies and related transactions arising out of the healthcare industry.
Why Wise Carter
Our attorneys assist creditors from various industries in both complex and simple bankruptcies/reorganizations, and our attorneys are an experienced and respected group of legal professionals, including a former bankruptcy law clerk.
For legal assistance with Creditors’ Rights & Bankruptcy matters, please contact Wise Carter attorney William Leech.