Bankruptcy Representation (Creditor Only)

Reliable Representation for Creditors Since 1984

At Blasingame, Burch, Garrard & Ashley, P.C., we have a great deal of experience in representing creditors, including numerous banks, in a multitude of bankruptcy matters. We have negotiated and litigated everything from general bankruptcy representation to more unique arrangements suited to a particular client’s needs or collateral. We have also successfully litigated several cases in which the court determined that the indebtedness to our client would not be discharged due to the debtor’s fraudulent conduct. For more than 30 years, we’ve worked with our clients to find the right solution that meets their exact needs.

Looking for a creditor bankruptcy representation lawyer in Athens? Contact the firm at (706) 354-4000 today to schedule an initial consultation!

Assisting Clients with an Array of Bankruptcy Matters

Our firm handles a wide range of bankruptcy matters for creditors. Our clients can be confident that our Athens creditor bankruptcy attorneys will work diligently, professionally and efficiently to protect their interest.

We assist our clients with all of the following and more:

  • General creditor representation
  • Cash collateral litigation
  • Motions to lift stay and foreclosure
  • Objection to confirmation of debtor’s plan (Chapters 11, 12 & 13)
  • Objecting to discharge
  • Objection to dischargability of indebtedness
  • Preparing proof of claim and attendance at 341 hearing
  • Reaffirmation agreements

We are familiar with bankruptcy judges, representatives of the United States Trustee’s Office, and local court procedures. Whether you need general representation or legal counsel or are dealing with a serious bankruptcy litigation issue, our firm is here to help.

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