Creditors’ Rights in Bankruptcy Law

Representing creditors in bankruptcy cases

Butler Rowse-Oberle PLLC works with financial institutions, mortgage CUSOs, community associations and other creditors across Michigan as well as the Northern District of Ohio, Northern District of Illinois, and Western District of Wisconsin. Our experienced attorneys are dedicated to defending creditors’ rights in bankruptcy cases. Working with secured and unsecured creditors in consumer and commercial cases, our team has the experience needed to resolve your case efficiently and effectively. We specialize in creditors’ rights in bankruptcy law, and keep in close contact with our clients. Our office is small enough to give each client personal service and attention, but large enough to take advantage of the latest technology. Experience coupled with dedication makes Butler Rowse-Oberle PLLC the preferred office in the Midwest for resolving bankruptcy cases.

Creditor Representation in Bankruptcy Across Michigan and Other Jurisdictions in the Midwest

Butler Rowse-Oberle PLLC works with secured and unsecured creditors across the Midwest. With a physical presence in court in the Eastern and Western Districts in Michigan, we also represent creditors in Northern Ohio, Northern Illinois and Western Wisconsin. This wide area allows us to manage wide-reaching cases with relocated debtors or multiple creditors across the area. This also allows us to serve a variety of clients and manage many different cases. If you are facing a complex bankruptcy case in the Midwest, our dedicated creditors’ rights bankruptcy attorneys can help.

  • Eastern Michigan
  • Western Michigan
  • Northern Ohio
  • Northern Illinois
  • Western Wisconsin
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Meeting Your Needs

Bankruptcy cases can be straightforward or incredibly complex. These cases vary greatly, and resolving them quickly and effectively depends on experience. Whether your case can be resolved with a few motions, or your case requires dedicated pursuit and legal expertise, our team comes prepared. We represent both secured and unsecured lenders. Our team works to manage and resolve your case expeditiously to avoid unnecessary expense.

  • Chapter 7
  • Chapter 11 including Sub Chapter V
  • Chapter 12
  • Chapter 13
  • Motions for relief from the automatic stay
  • Adversary proceedings and nondischargeability
  • Proofs of claim
  • Objections to confirmation
  • Set off
  • Reaffirmation agreements
  • Adequate protection
  • Defense of preference actions
  • Cross-collateralization issues

Talk to a lawyer

If you have questions about a bankruptcy case or multiple cases, we can help. Talk to a creditors’ rights bankruptcy attorney.

Karen L. Rowse-Oberle

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James A. Graham

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Representing Your Interests

In many cases, multiple creditors may be pursuing interests in a bankruptcy case. In other cases, assets may be hidden or wrongfully transferred. When this occurs, it’s vital to have experienced creditors’ rights bankruptcy attorneys representing your interests. Our team is prepared to tackle difficult cases. We’ll keep you in-the-loop throughout the case and represent your interests with the utmost integrity.

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