Bankruptcy Attorneys in Charlotte
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Charlotte’s Bankruptcy law firm with expertise in debtor-creditor matters
Shuford Hunter, PLLC is a boutique law firm with an expertise in debtor-creditor matters. The firm is AV Preeminent Peer Review Rated SM by Martindale-Hubbell . the highest level of recognition possible. Our three attorneys offer bankruptcy advice in Charlotte and throughout North Carolina. We serve a wide range of clients from individuals dealing with personal legal matters to businesses seeking representation in the areas of bankruptcy. We are regularly referred individuals and small businesses by large firms, as well as clients and former clients.
Bankruptcy Lawyers in Charlotte, NC
We offer Charlotte bankruptcy help and guidance, and we frequently represent a diverse clientele of individuals, debtors, trustees, unsecured creditors’ committees, and creditors in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court in the Western District of North Carolina. We routinely represent clients in litigation involving relief from stay, preferences, lien avoidance, secured transactions, fraudulent transfers, and setoffs in the bankruptcy court. If you are an individual or business seeking bankruptcy advice, contact our law firm today for help.
Our bankruptcy law firm in Charlotte helps clients in collections, workouts, deficiency and guaranty defense, landlord-tenant matters, state court receiverships, and other commercial litigation disputes and other matters in state court.
Charlotte Bankruptcy Attorneys With court experience
Burt Shuford and Martin Hunter have represented literally thousands of individuals and businesses as debtors in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court since they began practicing together in 1992. They have represented consumers, professionals, and small business owners in Chapter 7, Chapter 11, and Chapter 13 cases. In addition, Mr. Shuford has served on the trustee panel of the Bankruptcy Court since 1990. Both Mr. Shuford and Mr. Hunter have served as attorneys for the trustee in bankruptcy cases, and Mr. Hunter has served as counsel for the committee of unsecured creditors in bankruptcy cases. The attorneys at the firm represent creditors in selected cases as well. If you are in need of bankruptcy help in Charlotte or another area of North Carolina, Mr. Shuford and Mr. Hunter may be of assistance to you.
Charlotte Bankruptcy lawyers with State court experience
The attorneys at the firm represent individuals and businesses in civil cases in the Superior and District Courts of Mecklenburg County. These cases include debt collection and commercial landlord-tenant issues. The firm regularly represents one of the major malls in Charlotte in landlord-tenant matters.
Shuford Hunter, PLLC’s Charlotte bankruptcy attorneys have served as the state court receiver in several matters, including
- Cybernetx (a former internet service provider, Mecklenburg County Superior Court, final report and accounting approved by Judge Beverly T. Beal)
- Mountaineer Land Group (appointed by Judge Albert Diaz of the North Carolina Business Court)
- Royal American Company, LLC (appointed by Judge Ben Tennille of the North Carolina Business Court)
- Piedmont Venture Partners (appointed by Judge Diaz)
- Randy and Chuck Enterprises (appointed by Mecklenburg Senior Resident Superior Court Judge Robert Johnston)
- Tar Heel Tractor (appointed by Judge Beal)
Our state and local Charlotte bankruptcy Law Firm services
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Deep experience, proven results
Whether debtor or creditor, you can rely on Shuford Hunter, PLLC to advocate your rights and help you file bankruptcy in Charlotte. Bankruptcy advice does not have to be hard to obtain contact us today to speak with one of our qualified attorneys and get bankruptcy help throughout North Carolina.
11 U.S.C. 528 (a)(4) Notice. We are a federally-designated debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the federal Bankruptcy Code.