Bast Amron’s boutique practice in debtor-creditor matters allows us to employ insight gained from the representation of creditors, debtors, and trustees in a wide variety of legal proceedings both inside and outside of bankruptcy.
The firm counsels distressed businesses and individuals about practical, economic, and legal solutions to the financial difficulties they may be facing. We have the ability and expertise to represent both debtors and creditors in a variety of contexts, including business strategy and negotiation, and, if necessary, bankruptcy filings and litigation. We work with debtors to analyze their goals, resources, threats, and strategic alternatives. We also have experience working with secured and unsecured creditors in the stages before, during, and after bankruptcy to best protect their rights. In the bankruptcy context, we have utilized the full range of creditors’ remedies in representing creditors, including motions to dismiss or convert, motions to appoint a trustee, motions for relief from stay, opposition to use of cash collateral, opposition to plan confirmation, litigation, and bankruptcy appeals.