Bankruptcy & Creditors’ Rights

Eaton Peabody’s Bankruptcy and Creditors’ Rights group draws on decades of experience to provide you with efficient, skilled, and timely service in all your bankruptcy, workout, foreclosure, and collection needs. With four offices throughout Maine, we are able to serve all our client’s needs from north to south in a comprehensive, but cost-effective manner. We also regularly represent our clients in New Hampshire and Massachusetts.

Our group represents banks, credit unions, housing authorities, lenders, lessors, municipalities, trade creditors, creditor committees, domestic support creditors, and related parties in both business and consumer bankruptcies under Chapters 7, 11, 12, and 13. Eaton Peabody is able to assist with a full range of client needs, from routine matters to sophisticated adversary proceedings. We have also effectively represented buyers acquiring assets and businesses from Debtors and Trustees in Chapter 7 and 11 bankruptcies.

In addition, we assist our clients in workouts inside and outside bankruptcy and handle a full range of collection matters from residential and commercial foreclosures and FED evictions to secured party sales and related collection matters.

Our attorneys also have extensive experience representing Chapter 7 Trustees in various matters, including Section 363 sales, fraudulent transfer matters, preference matters, and related litigation, and have successfully represented individual and corporate defendants in those matters when they arise in the bankruptcy context. That unique background allows us to tailor our highly-skilled and fulsome understanding of the issues involved in those matters to your particular needs.

With expertise in diverse areas of law, including banking, construction, finance, municipal, agriculture, health care, trade, aquaculture, automobile, forestry, manufacturing, and utilities, Eaton Peabody draws on a wealth of experience when representing its clients in bankruptcy, workout, and collection matters. Whatever the issues, wherever the case, Eaton Peabody has the knowledge, experience, and statewide footprint to efficiently and effectively guide its clients through any dispute.

To learn more about our bankruptcy services or to schedule a meeting with an Eaton Peabody attorney, please contact us.

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