The Creditor’s Rights Bankruptcy Practice Group of Coleman Talley is composed of attorneys with broad experience in this area of the law. The attorneys at Coleman Talley are widely recognized for their experience and regularly lecture at continuing legal education seminars on a local and regional level.
Our attorneys advise and provide litigation consultation to individuals, businesses, and financial institutions in all areas of creditors’ rights bankruptcy, commercial collections, and pre-bankruptcy workouts, including restructuring and forbearance agreements. Our attorneys at Coleman Talley regularly advise clients on the prospects of denying debtor discharge, motions for relief of stay, objections to confirmation, and maximizing claim recovery in Chapters 7, 11, 12 and 13 bankruptcies. Additionally, our attorneys advise and defend creditors who become defendants in trustee preference recovery suits.
The quality of representation during bankruptcy proceedings is critical to the outcome. Our attorneys have extensive experience as creditors’ counsel and provide effective representation to financial institutions, secured creditors, credit card companies, commercial landlords, investors, contractors, and other parties at risk of loss during the discharge or reduction of debt phase of bankruptcy. Our attorneys litigate in all divisions of the Northern, Middle, and Southern Bankruptcy Districts of Georgia. Because each Federal Judicial District operates under unique local rules and standing orders, it is imperative to have counsel with familiarity of a particular district’s practice and procedure. The well-rounded nature of our practice gives us the ability to develop creative and dynamic solutions for creditors embroiled in the bankruptcy process.