Sanders • Pianowski, LLP regularly represents lending creditors, trade creditors, businesses, and other major parties-in-interest in out-of-court restructurings, Chapter 7, 11, and 13 bankruptcy cases, commercial litigation, and other credit defaults. The attorneys in the practice group are experienced in representing secured and unsecured creditors, committees, equity holders, investors and acquirers. The scope of our practice includes mainly counties in Northern Indiana Federal and State courts; however, we have regularly represented clients in the Southern District of Indiana Federal courts as well as venues throughout the country either directly or through our trusted network of local counsel. We also have several Michigan licensed attorneys who can assist with Michigan litigation matters since we are located in a border region.
The attorneys of Sanders • Pianowski, LLP actively represent secured lenders in workouts, bankruptcies and civil litigation. Representative matters include the negotiation of real estate loan workouts, commercial and residential foreclosures, setting up special purpose entities to buy, manage, and sell property, coordinating loan extensions, forbearances, short sales, deed-in-lieu of foreclosure transactions, prosecuting and defending property liens, litigating homeowner and lender disputes, and assisting clients with navigating post-foreclosure remedies including sheriff sales.
Sanders • Pianowski, LLP frequently represents creditors in the management of their troubled accounts. Our clients include banks, savings institutions, investment funds, construction companies, insurance companies, and commercial landlords. Our attorneys regularly represent clients in a broad range of civil actions including contract disputes, landlord/tenant collection disputes, fraudulent transfers, preferences, sales and dispositions of collateral, insolvency claims, levies and liens, enforcements of judgments, judicial foreclosures, repossessions, and collection actions arising from credit defaults, including proceedings against borrowers, guarantors and other responsible parties.
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