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Creditors’ Rights and Bankruptcy

Saxon|Gilmore represents a wide variety of clients in state and federal courts on various issues, including:

Foreclosures
Saxon|Gilmore has extensive experience in handling foreclosure work, ranging from vigorously contested, complex multi-party cases involving deficiencies to uncontested matters which result in summary judgment. Our creditors’ rights attorneys, supported by a team of paraprofessionals and staff, have extensive knowledge of finance documentation and credit policies to address each stage of a transaction and ensure maximum recovery in addition to substantial experience in obtaining receivers and in strenuously enforcing assignment of rent provisions under the latest Florida laws.

Insolvency
Saxon|Gilmore frequently represents creditors in a variety of insolvency and bankruptcy matters, whether simple claims or litigation of heavily contested adversary proceedings. This includes representation in Assignment for the Benefit of Creditors (“ABC”) matters. Our attorneys have the trial skills and business expertise to evaluate the wide range of business options available under the Bankruptcy Code and to creatively and successfully resolve bankruptcy matters through negotiation or litigation to obtain the best results for our clients. We have handled cases under each of the bankruptcy chapters and have represented a variety of creditors, including financial institutions, government entities, and creditors’ committees.

Other Matters
Saxon|Gilmore’s attorneys also have a successful track record and extensive experience in replevin proceedings, deficiency suits on real and personal property, commercial and consumer collections, and other related matters. Our creditors’ rights and bankruptcy group can effectively tailor its services to address the unique needs of each client, as well as draw on the expertise of our other attorneys in integrated practice groups at Saxon|Gilmore who are proficient in related practice areas. This enables us to structure whatever action is to be taken; assess any risks as the need arises; give clear, concise, and practical advice; and provide prompt, efficient service to protect our clients’ interests.