LOJLS has a high volume bankruptcy practice that offers the features association clients need: Economical, creative and timely protection of association rights in bankruptcy.
Effective representation in bankruptcy requires not only knowledge of local bankruptcy practice, but also the experience and reputation built up by years of working with the bankruptcy debtor's bar, Chapter 13 Trustees and Chapter 7 Trustees. Bankruptcy practice frequently involves negotiating deals among the debtors and multiple creditors. LOJLS attorneys have the experience to negotiate effective resolutions for association creditors.
We efficiently handle bankruptcy matters filed in both bankruptcy districts in Washington, as well as bankruptcy cases filed throughout the United States as well, on a pro hac vice basis.
LOJLS employs a large staff of paralegals to keep expenses low wherever possible. However, at all times one of our attorneys is always available to answer any questions our clients may have.
We use CM/ECF and Chapter 13 Trustee database technology to ensure efficient and timely representation. We use the latest technology to ensure our associations are always aware of the status of their cases. We have extensive experience with association accounting software commonly utilized by association management agents.
We offer flat fees on various bankruptcy procedures, and are always cost conscious in the handling of every collection matter.
Our services include:
- Motions for relief from automatic stay and co-debtor stays
- Proofs of claim
- Adequate protection orders
- Objections to proposed Chapter 13 plans
- Objections to proposed Chapter 11 plans
- Defense of objections to claims
- Defense of Chapter 7 Trustee motions to sell real property
- Defense of Chapter 11 Debtor-In-Possession or Trustee motions to sell real property
- Prosecution or defense of adversary proceedings (extent and priority of lien, nondischargeability)
- Workouts and negotiated sales
Carissa Dahlgren, Paralegal