FINANCIAL SERVICES AND CREDITORS’ RIGHTS

BANKRUPTCY & CREDITORS’ RIGHTS Gross & Welch represents several lenders, businesses and individuals in legal matters involving secured transactions. Gross & Welch attorneys have significant experience in loan work out matters outside of a courtroom and have appeared on numerous occasions in State Courts, Federal Court and Bankruptcy Court on contested matters involving financial issues for our clients. Gross & Welch attorneys practicing in this area are dedicated to assisting clients in achieving the best result when their customers have financial difficulties. Ronald L. Eggers Frederick D. Stehlik Michael J. Whaley William L. Biggs Adam J. Wachal Zach Lutz-Priefert

SECURED LENDING
Several Gross & Welch attorneys have extensive expertise regarding secured lending transactions, the taking and perfecting of security interests and liens on all types of real and personal property collateral, and the enforcement of those security interests.

The firm’s attorneys provide substantial guidance to our clients to assist them in establishing premier lending practices for all types of lending transactions, including asset-based loans and participation. Gross & Welch enables our clients to realize on collateral, through self-help repossession, extrajudicial foreclosure of security interests and liens and, if required, judicial foreclosures. The goal is to resolve loan defaults in the most efficient and cost-effective manner. The firm provides counsel to a significant number of lenders at the local, regional and national levels. By selecting Gross & Welch, our clients are assured that their lending transactions will be expeditiously processed at the highest level of expertise for a reasonable fee.

Ronald L. Eggers
Michael J. Whaley
David C. Nelson

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