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Helping at Difficult Times

Felhaber Larson’s attorneys understand the complexities and procedures of bankruptcy and creditor remedies and effectively help clients reach best-outcome solutions. We describe your options clearly and help guide you on the best course of action and recovery.

Felhaber Bankruptcy & Creditor Remedies Experience

Our bankruptcy and creditor remedies attorneys handle all aspects of debt, collection, bankruptcy, and insolvency-related issues and have represented all key parties involved in bankruptcy and creditor remedy proceedings, including:


  • Attachments
  • Collections
  • Garnishments
  • Lender liability advice and counseling
  • Lender remedies
  • Levy
  • Litigation, including UCC Article 3, 4, 7 and 9 matters
  • Loan documentations and closings
  • Motions to lift stays
  • Non-dischargeable adversary actions
  • Foreclosures
  • Receiverships
  • Replevin actions
  • Workout matters and reorganization plans
  • Preferential transfers and fraudulent conveyance actions
  • Commercial lease assumption and rejection motions
  • Adversary proceedings
  • Motions for relief from stay


  • Chapter 7 and 11 trustees, liquidating trusts, and examiners
  • Creditors committees
  • Debtors
  • Lenders and trustees in Chapter 11 real estate and multifamily matters
  • Lessors
  • Purchasers of bankruptcy estate and reorganization plan assets
  • Restructuring professionals
  • Secured creditors, including banks and other traditional lenders
  • Unsecured creditors and creditors’ committees


Daniel “Witt” Fram


Banking and Financial Services, Bankruptcy & Creditor Remedies, Business Law and Transactions, Family Law, Mergers & Acquisitions, Real Estate

Fredrick R. Krietzman


Homeowner Association (HOA) Law, Real Estate

Thomas J. Radio


Alternative Dispute Resolution, Business & Commercial Litigation, Construction Law, Government Law, Homeowner Association (HOA) Law, Real Estate Law, Real Estate Litigation


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