Bankruptcy, Creditor-Debtor, & Asset Protection
Creditor–debtor laws and federal bankruptcy practice have taken on a new sense of urgency in the wake of the 2008 global financial crisis. LRWB represents many types of clients, including secured and unsecured creditors, banks and other institutional lenders, and business debtors, in a variety of aspects of debtor–creditor law. Specifically, our team provides advice and assistance regarding the following:
- Preference actions.
- Foreclosures on mortgages, sales under deeds of trust, and other means of enforcing debts against secured obligations.
- Structuring and negotiating debt instruments.
- Bankruptcy and reorganizations.
- Advice to individuals and businesses facing financial distress, bankruptcy, or liquidation.
- Fraudulent transfer laws.
- Powerful Wyoming asset protection vehicles, including:
- Wyoming Qualified Spendthrift Trusts (also known as Domestic Asset Protection Trusts and Self-Settled Spendthrift Trusts).
- Third Party Spendthrift Trusts.
- Discretionary Trusts.
- Limited Liability Companies with powerful charging order protection.
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