Bankruptcy and Creditor Representation

Azle, Texas attorney James W. Collier provides services to banks and secured creditors

BankruptcyIn bankruptcy proceedings, quality legal advice is essential for all parties. Legislation and court decisions can change the process, and the financial landscape continues to evolve. Banks and other creditors often rely on Azle attorney Jim Collier to represent their interests in bankruptcy cases.

Jim has more than 30 years’ experience in all areas of bankruptcy law, including extensive work with representing financial institutions. He applies his in-depth knowledge of business transactions, title requirements, loan documentation and bank credit policies to ensure creditors the maximum timely recovery from debtors in default or bankruptcy.

Whether representing creditors or debtors, Azle lawyer Jim Collier takes a results-oriented approach to bankruptcy cases, focusing on achieving a proper resolution in the shortest time possible. He is both an experienced mediator and litigator, providing effective representation throughout the process.

Bank and creditor representation in bankruptcy includes:

  • Proof of Claim – Research, documentation and filing
  • Claim Objections – Response and monitoring
  • Fraudulent transfers
  • Fraudulent conveyances
  • Avoidance actions brought by debtors or trustees
  • Preference actions
  • Pre-petition payments
  • Protection of collateral, including actions to lift the stay
  • Asset identification and valuation
  • Avoidance and preference litigation
  • Contempt and stay violation litigation

Jim also provides creditor representation in:

  • Foreclosure of residential and commercial real estate
  • Civil litigation to recover collateral
  • Multi-party claims to secured property

For creditor representation in Parker County, Wise County, Tarrant County, Ft. Worth, Lake Worth, Azle, Weatherford, Aledo, White Settlement, Benbrook, Boyd, Saginaw and Decatur, contact James W. Collier, Attorney at Law.

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