Bankruptcy And Creditors’ Rights
The Cavanagh Law Firm, P.A., serves creditors to protect their interests, achieves results in bankruptcy proceedings, and helps clients navigate financially challenging circumstances.
We offer planning and litigation services to lenders, borrowers, trade creditors, and challenged businesses to avoid contested proceedings or, when needed, to protect clients’ interests in bankruptcy or civil courts. These services regularly include:
- Loan workouts
- Restructuring of debt
- Non-judicial arrangements between creditors and debtors
- Debtor representation in bankruptcy proceedings
- Creditor representation in bankruptcy proceedings
- Adversary proceedings in bankruptcy court
- Non-dischargeability claims
Key to the successful achievement of clients’ business objectives is the teamwork of attorneys at The Cavanagh Law Firm, P.A., who work to understand each client’s business and its financial situation, goals, and plans. They work with clients to present alternatives, assess risks and potential outcomes, and present and receive approval for representation budgets. Our attorneys are flexible and nimble in adapting to changing financial circumstances and legal developments and strategies.
- Counseling: We regularly advise clients on business practices, pricing strategies, competitive marketing, and communications to avoid or minimize antitrust issues.
- Compliance: The firm assists clients with government investigations, pre-acquisition due diligence, and other compliance reviews.
- Litigation: The Cavanagh Law Firm, P.A., has litigated high-profile antitrust cases to defend clients from attack by others and to redress the predatory and unfair trade practices of clients’ competitors.
- Industry and market experience: The firm’s attorneys have experience in a broad array of industries to assist clients in antitrust planning that helps achieve business goals legally and to develop litigation budgets and strategies that meet clients’ business objectives.
We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the U.S. Bankruptcy Code.