Bankruptcy & Creditors Rights
Bankruptcy & Creditors’ Rights
Garfield & Hecht, P.C. represents banks and other financial institutions as well as private equity firms, real estate holding companies, and individuals as secured and unsecured creditors in bankruptcy proceedings, including bankruptcy litigation.
Garfield & Hecht’s lawyers frequently participate in cases in the United States Bankruptcy Court for the District of Colorado and in front of the Tenth Circuit’s Bankruptcy Appellate Panel; they also have been admitted pro hac vice in federal bankruptcy courts in Delaware, Utah, and Wyoming.
In Chapter 11 as well as in Chapter 7 and 13 bankruptcy cases, Garfield & Hecht handles adversary proceedings, claim disputes, fraud and avoidance actions, bid procedures, dischargeability and stay relief motion practice, adequate protection issues, plan confirmations and objections, dismissal and conversion proceedings, and bankruptcy appeals.
Garfield & Hecht serves its creditor clients’ interests by working closely with trustees, receivers, creditor committees, accountants, real estate appraisers, and other experts and bankruptcy professionals.
The firm’s attorneys also have experience in insolvency-related matters, including the following: preference and fraudulent transfer litigation; receiverships; lien and other priority disputes; work-outs; restructures and transactions related to deed-in-lieu and deed-in-aid of foreclosures.
For more information on the firm’s representation of banks (as well as hard money lenders), please contact in our Aspen office at 625 E. Hyman Ave, Suite 201 Aspen, CO 81611, Christopher D. Bryan at 970-925-1936 and or Ronald Garfield, 970-925-1936 and .