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Debt Attorney – Creditors’ Bankruptcy Representation

If a debtor has filed bankruptcy and you have a secured claim, it is imperative that you have an experienced creditor attorney to protect your rights. Failure to timely object to a debtor’s plan can result in no payments or drastically reduced payments. With over two decades of creditor’s rights and financial institutions experience, W. Lance Owens is the best choice to make sure your recovery is maximized. Contact him directly now at 855-814-4018

Prompt, Aggressive and Effective Action

Our firm has a history of recovering debts related to bankruptcies and defending creditors in proceedings brought by trustees. Over the years, our clients have come to appreciate our ability to handle these matters swiftly and thoroughly. We are aggressive and unrelenting in pursuing the assets our clients are owed. Some of our most common clients include:

• Banks

• Secured lenders

• Trade creditors

• Lessors

Experienced Litigators in Bankruptcy Our firm regularly represents creditor’s bankruptcy proceedings, including:

Chapter 7

Chapter 7 cases occur when debtors either do not have non-exempt property for the trustee to sell or abandon the collateral so that it can be sold or foreclosed upon. In cases of debtor fraud, OMG regularly files adversary proceedings against debtors. OMG also provides reaffirmation agreement service when debtors and creditors agree to repayment of secured claims in bankruptcy.

Chapter 11

Although not as common as Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcies, OMG has significant experience advocating the rights of creditors in Chapter 11 bankruptcy. In these cases, it is critical that creditors file quickly for relief from stay with the objective of getting quick, adequate protection payments.

Chapter 13

The Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention and Consumer Protection Act of 2005 has resulted in many more debtors filing Chapter 13 bankruptcy. Our firm regularly files objections to Chapter 13 plans, and motions for relief based upon insufficient payment rates offered by debtors.