Protecting Creditors' Rights In Bankruptcy And Collections

Creditors' and debtors' rights are complicated areas of law, requiring sophisticated representation from a highly skilled attorney. At Valenti Hanley PLLC in Louisville, Kentucky, we skillfully and efficiently represent the interests of creditors and those seeking legal assistance in collecting debt and enforcing their rights. Our lawyers have substantial experience prosecuting and defending commercial claims.

If you are a creditor and need assistance collecting a payment or debt, please contact our firm at 502-410-3882 or toll free at 866-617-6209.

Developing A Successful Plan Of Action

We have the skill and perspective necessary to provide a knowledgeable plan of action as you approach the collections process. We will make sure that all proper steps are taken to protect your interests and recover what you are owed.

Our creditors' rights practice places an emphasis on the collection of secured and unsecured debt. Clients throughout Kentucky regularly rely on us for representation in legal matters, including:

  • Collection
  • Foreclosure (both real and personal property)
  • Repossession
  • All aspects of bankruptcy (Chapters 7, 11 and 13)
  • Breach of contract litigation
  • Suits to collect unsecured debts
  • Foreclosure and enforcement of mortgages, security interests, and other liens on real and personal property
  • Receiverships
  • Enforcement of money judgments through discovery, garnishment, levies and executions
  • Repossession/replevin actions
  • Evictions and other landlord-tenant disputes
  • Defense of lender liability claims
  • Claims under real estate title insurance policies
  • Boundary disputes

We represent clients in nearly all aspects of Chapter 7, Chapter 11 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy in the following ways:

  • Representation of secured, unsecured and administrative priority creditors in Chapters 7, 11 and 13 bankruptcy proceedings
  • Representation of trustees and unsecured creditors' committees
  • Filing proofs of claims
  • Stay and abandonment motions
  • Prosecution and defense of preference and fraudulent conveyance claims
  • Purchase and sale of assets pursuant to Section 363 of the Bankruptcy Code
  • Representation of landlords to compel assumption/rejection of leases and other executory contracts
  • Nondischargeability proceedings
  • Motions to dismiss
  • Disclosure statements and plans of reorganization or liquidation
  • Objections to confirmation

Our clients include large, sophisticated creditors such as banks and equipment finance and leasing companies. We also regularly represent individuals and smaller businesses.

Learn more by getting in touch with a member of our team today.