One inevitable challenge in any business is collecting what one is owed. McBrayer represents numerous lending institutions, business creditors and individuals in commercial collection and foreclosure matters. Our attorneys and staff stand ready to assist our clients from a simple demand letter to highly complex litigation.
Our attorneys strive to efficiently handle collection and foreclosure cases in accordance with Kentucky law and the local procedures of each county. In many cases, with effort and attention to detail, such matters can be brought to a conclusion relatively quickly and inexpensively. Where novel or complex issues arise in a seemingly routine case, our experienced attorneys and staff are prepared to identify them and deal with them.
Our creditors' rights and foreclosure team often calls upon the knowledge of the firm's real estate and transactional attorneys for support, including our in-house title examination staff. Our law firm is well prepared to continue to serve the client if a collection matter becomes a bankruptcy matter, as often happens. In each case, the firm's resources are focused on the delivery of cost-effective and successful representation on behalf of our clients.
Creditors' Rights Lawyer
Mortgage creditors regularly turn to the experienced legal team at McBrayer. With law offices in Lexington and Louisville and a government relations practice in Frankfort, we serve clients throughout Kentucky and the United States.
News & Insights
Seminars & Speaking Engagements
- 13th Biennial Real Estate Law & Practice InstituteForeclosures & Insolvency IssuesLexington, Kentucky, February 2, 2016
- National Business InstituteLouisville, KY, December 2015
Who We Serve
McBrayer offers a range of options for our clients who need to collect on the obligations of their customers or borrowers, whether in a consumer or commercial context. Our attorneys are prepared to take any necessary step from demands, loan workouts, and forbearance agreements, to litigation to enforce loan obligations, enforce security agreements, foreclose on real property, and pursue other legal remedies. McBrayer regularly represents local and regional banks, mortgage lenders, and non-profit housing agencies in collection and foreclosure matters. McBrayer also frequently represents large and small businesses and individuals in collection matters. Our attorneys are experienced in defending lenders from allegations of bad faith or lender liability, which sometimes arise when creditors seek to enforce their rights. McBrayer strives to efficiently handle collection and foreclosure cases in accordance with Kentucky law and local procedures. In many cases, with effort and attention to detail, such matters can be resolved relatively quickly and inexpensively. Where novel or complex issues arise, or where collection matters transition into bankruptcy matters, our experienced attorneys are prepared to address them. Our commercial litigation team often calls upon the experience of the firm's real estate and transactional attorneys for support, including in-house title examination capabilities. McBrayer 's resources are focused on the delivery of cost-effective and successful representation on behalf of our clients.