Bankruptcy Law

Do you need help filing bankruptcy or chasing a debtor in bankruptcy?

At Cotney Construction Law, we know that a bankrupt entity can impact everyone on a construction project from contractors to subcontractors to laborers. If you receive a bankruptcy petition, it’s important to seek legal consultation from an experienced attorney with construction industry expertise and an intimate knowledge of federal bankruptcy laws.

Because legislation under the U.S. Bankruptcy Code can be extremely complex, you need a skilled attorney to assist you with devising the best strategy moving forward. Whether it’s assistance reviewing the details of your contract that may be compromised by bankruptcy laws, analyzing the debtor’s assets, protecting your lien rights, or filing a Proof of Claim on your behalf, our knowledgeable attorneys are here to answer any of your bankruptcy-related questions.

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