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Bankruptcy and Creditors' Rights Law

Barrett & McNagny's Bankruptcy and Creditors' Rights Group is comprised of veteran attorneys with decades of experience in the debtor/creditor's rights arena. Our attorneys regularly counsel local, regional, and national clients, appearing before United States Bankruptcy Courts, United States District Courts, United States Courts of Appeals, and Indiana State Courts in a variety of collection/bankruptcy/reorganization and receivership proceedings. Our clients include financial institutions, other commercial/consumer lenders, a variety of secured and unsecured creditors (individuals and businesses), creditors' committees, Bankruptcy Trustees, and commercial debtors.

The firm's Bankruptcy and Creditors' Rights attorneys regularly handle a wide range of insolvency-related matters, such as foreclosures, receiverships, forbearances/workouts, bankruptcies/reorganizations, liquidations, commercial collections, preference cases, fraudulent conveyances and turnover matters. Our attorneys also have extensive experience in counseling and litigation regarding the discharge ability of debts, adequate protection and valuation of collateral in bankruptcy, negotiating financing agreements inside and outside bankruptcy, purchasing and selling assets of distressed companies (including Section 363 Sales), and acting as mediators in commercial litigation, bankruptcy and insolvency-related disputes.

Barrett & McNagny lawyers pride themselves at skillfully guiding their clients through the complicated maze of debtor-creditor disputes, while providing practical, cost-effective legal advice so our clients can meet their legal and business objectives. Because we are a full service law firm, our Bankruptcy and Creditors' Rights Group is able to draw upon the knowledge of attorneys within the firm who have significant experience in related practice areas, such as litigation, real estate, tax, environmental law, employee benefits, securities, commercial transactions, labor and employment law, and consumer finance.

Our Bankruptcy and Creditors' Rights attorneys are frequent lecturers at continuing legal education seminars held locally, regionally, and nationally. Our attorneys have also assisted in the preparation of numerous articles on insolvency-related issues, and have co-authored the book Bankruptcy- a Survival Guide for Lenders, published by the American Bankruptcy Institute in conjunction with the American Banker's Association and the Turnaround Management Association. This particular publication received the 1997 Outstanding Publication Award presented by the American Bankruptcy Institute.

Additional Information

For additional information regarding Barrett & McNagny's Bankruptcy and Creditors' Rights Law area of practice, please contact one of the attorneys listed below:

Upcoming Seminars

Oct
29
Allen County Bar Association "2014 Hot Topics for Indiana Lawyers"

Thomas P. Yoder will present at the "2014 Hot Topics for Indiana Lawyers" seminar hosted by the Allen County Bar Association. At the two-day seminar, Mr. Yoder will present on the topic of Bankruptcy. Click here for more information. 

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