In bankruptcy and insolvency situations, it will be crucial to take prompt action in order to preserve the full value of assets. A significant portion of my practice is devoted to helping creditors advance their interests and realize the value of their security interests before significant asset diminution has occurred.
My practice is focused on representing creditors in state and federal courts, and in pre-litigation efforts to resolve disputes and non-payment matters. I serve clients including local, regional, national and international banks, private lenders, and other business creditors.
In connection with non-performing real estate loans, I assist creditors in seeking to resolve non-payment matters through loan modifications, workouts, forbearance agreements, deeds in lieu of foreclosure, and other potential solutions prior to initiating a lawsuit. In state courts, my practice is focused on matters including lien foreclosures, collections, and receiverships. In federal courts, I represent creditors in all aspects of bankruptcy litigation, including actions concerning relief from stay, preferences, fraudulent transfers, leases, lien priority disputes, and objections to bankruptcy plan proposals.
Additionally, I represent real estate clients, including condominium and homeowners associations, in disputes and litigation in a wide variety of matters such as assessment collections, lien enforcement, and other real estate-related matters.
In his personal time, Doug enjoys spending time with his wife and three children, and fly fishing.