Drawing upon our attorneys’ broad experience and diverse legal specialties throughout the firm, we provide creative and practical solutions to our clients. The Carlile Patchen & Murphy LLP Creditors’ Rights Group offers a wide spectrum of services to meet the needs of its clients in the credit recovery cycle. CPM’s clients include consumer and commercial credit grantors, banks, credit unions and medical groups.
CPM’s Creditors’ Rights Group provides a multi-jurisdictional, comprehensive approach to its clients’ collection management processes. We ensure our clients obtain maximum recovery for their collection accounts while managing the cost of this recovery and protecting its clients’ rights under the Federal Bankruptcy Code. Services are available on hourly and contingent fee structures.
As with many aspects of business, being proactive to avoid potential problems, rather than trying to resolve issues once the company has been affected, significantly increases a business’s overall efficiency and profitability. CPM’s business lawyers keep apprised of changes in Bankruptcy Law, which enables CPM to provide clients with regular counsel and guidance in business decisions and strategies that maximize client position and enforcement of client rights.
Secured creditors have special protections in Bankruptcy. However, completing all requirements for the perfection of a security interest is crucial. This means not only having the appropriate documentation but details such as proper notarization of documents, proper public filings, and many other similar details. Likewise, once a Bankruptcy is filed, a secured creditor’s rights must be timely and adequately asserted, or the benefits of those rights can be lost or rendered meaningless. Our attorneys have effectively guided clients through this process, enforcing our clients’ rights and protecting their positions under even the most difficult circumstances.
Carlile Patchen & Murphy LLP represents clients involved in negotiations with financially challenged persons, both before and after that challenged person may be forced into Bankruptcy.