At Mitchell Shapiro Greenamyre & Funt LLP, our commercial litigation attorneys have extensive experience in complex creditor’s rights and bankruptcy proceedings. Our lawyers handle claims involving issues such as unexpired leases and executory contracts, turnover of property, priority and classification of claims, preferences, fraudulent conveyances, and other trustee avoidance actions.
We have also handled numerous matters involving involuntary petitions, attorneys’ fees, relief from stay, post-petition financing, and dischargeability. We also have extensive experience in real estate and other types of workouts, pre- and post-judgment attachments and garnishments, landlord-tenant law, and representation of lenders in foreclosure proceedings.
To discuss your potential claim with an experienced creditor’s rights and bankruptcy lawyer, contact the commercial litigation law office of Mitchell & Shapiro today.
Commercial Debt Collection
There are a number of debt collection remedies and creditor’s rights that may be available in the event of a loan or other monetary default, including obtaining a judgment, attachment, garnishment, foreclosure on real and personal property and other proceedings.
Each bankruptcy and creditor’s rights lawyer at our firm has been involved in a wide range of commercial litigation matters in bankruptcy and other courts. We have represented:
- Secured creditors, unsecured creditors, landlords, purchasers of property, stockholders, banks, corporate clients, and governmental entities
For more information, contact our Atlanta, Georgia law office and speak with an experienced bankruptcy and creditor’s rights lawyer.
Contact Our Atlanta, Georgia Creditor’s Rights / Bankruptcy Lawyers
Mitchell Shapiro Greenamyre & Funt LLP was formed in early 1997 by Richard Mitchell and Kenneth Shapiro. Both Richard and Ken have received the highest AV rating from Martindale-Hubbell®. We have more than 75 years of combined legal experience. To discuss your potential matter with an experienced Atlanta, Georgia creditors’ rights and bankruptcy lawyer, contact the law office of Mitchell Shapiro Greenamyre & Funt LLP today.