Bankruptcy Lawyers For Creditors In Western North Carolina & Eastern Tennessee
The Van Winkle Law Firm's bankruptcy lawyers represent lenders and other creditors, trustees, and unsecured creditors' committees in Chapter 7, Chapter 12, Chapter 13, and Chapter 11 bankruptcy proceedings and related litigation. We recognize banks, credit unions, auto finance companies, and other creditors who routinely deal with bankruptcy need to protect their interests in routine matters as quickly and efficiently as possible. We negotiate whenever possible to get to the optimal solution for the least cost. At the same time, our North Carolina bankruptcy lawyers have the experience necessary to recognize and aggressively pursue abusive filings, nondischargeable debts, fraud, and voidable transfers in appropriate cases.
For small businesses, landlords, and individuals who unexpectedly find themselves named as creditors in bankruptcies, we take the time to explain the complex, risky, and sometimes counterintuitive world of bankruptcy. Our clients are often surprised at what we can do for them with savvy use of the bankruptcy code. Contact our North Carolina law firm today to schedule a consultation with an experienced bankruptcy lawyer!
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Defending Creditor's Rights
In addition to bankruptcy attorneys, The Van Winkle Law Firm has one of the most experienced teams of creditors' rights lawyers in North Carolina. Creditors' rights protect lenders' ability to collect on debts. Dedicated to protecting lenders' rights, our attorneys routinely assist lenders as they pursue collections from individuals and businesses. Additionally, a creditors' rights attorney with our Asheville law offices can provide legal guidance and assist in settling disputes between multiple creditors trying to collect from the same debtor. Our wealth of experience allows us to provide our clients with helpful and thorough counsel in everyday economic matters as well as complex legal situations, regardless of whether they are small creditors, individuals, local banks, or large institutions.