Best & Flanagan’s Bankruptcy & Creditor Remedies practice offers true depth of expertise. In addition to representing bankruptcy trustees, we also advise secured and unsecured lenders and businesses (as both creditors and debtors) on the spectrum of bankruptcy-related challenges. Very few law firms offer proven results from both sides of the negotiation. Our decades of experience and unique perspective make us the prudent choice for legal counsel for insolvency related challenges. We strive to keep our clients out of long, protracted and expensive litigation. Our steadfast focus is to allocate and maximize our clients’ assets by employing reasonable, practical and bottom line driven advice.
Our attorneys have navigated clients beyond failed or failing financial transactions. We assist clients both locally and nationally in connection with real estate foreclosures, lease enforcement, receiverships, bankruptcy and deed-in-lieu matters, as well as with the modification/restructuring of such transactions where a workout is a viable first alternative. We also advise clients on debt renegotiation and alternative financing options, including debt and equity offerings, business sales and mergers.
We advise bankruptcy trustees, secured creditors and other lenders, real and personal property lessors, creditor committees, distressed companies, individuals and asset purchasers in all aspects of a workout, bankruptcy reorganization or liquidation proceeding. We deliver in-depth experience both in representing trustees and in defending claims of fraudulent transfer, preference and other fraud claims in bankruptcy. We advise both purchasers and trustees in Section 363 sales, and represent creditors in stay litigation and plan confirmation.
Our team is engaged in all phases of commercial litigation and in the negotiation of commercial disputes. We offer pragmatic solutions to real estate foreclosures of both commercial and consumer mortgages, contracts for deed and deeds of trust. We also represent secured creditors, landlords, lessors and vendors in commercial litigation.