When laws making it more difficult to file bankruptcy took effect in 2005, the number of bankruptcy filings dropped dramatically. Today, bankruptcy filings are on the rise, and the attorneys at Waddell, Cole & Jones have the skills necessary to navigate this ever-changing legal and economic landscape.
At Waddell, Cole & Jones, we have represented clients in bankruptcy actions through decades of ebbs and flows in the state and national economies. For more than 75 years, we have protected the rights of our clients.
We primarily represent banks, secured lenders, equipment lessors, commercial landlords, trade creditors, Chapter 7 trustees, and formal creditors' committees to ensure that they recover as much of their assets as possible in bankruptcy proceedings. We effectively represent clients in all matters arising under Chapters 11, 13 and 7 of the Bankruptcy Code.
Prior to bankruptcy, we offer debt collection services and loan workouts. Loan workouts offer an opportunity for creditors to reduce costs and maximize recovery by restructuring loans outside of bankruptcy court. We also represent clients in foreclosures, working to maximize financial recovery through the liquidation of foreclosed property and repossessed assets.
For further information about our services in the area of bankruptcy and creditor claims, including farmer bankruptcies and defaults on crop production loans and other types of farm credit, please contact us today. You can rely on us for cost-effective legal representation, personal service and a high degree of professionalism. We are client-focused, service-oriented attorneys who know how to get the job done.