Representing Lenders And Creditors In Foreclosure Actions
Lenders and creditors face a difficult financial and legal landscape. Collections, foreclosures and enforcement of judgments can drain a lending organization’s finances, and this situation is made worse by the cost of most high-end law firms.
At Applegate Fifer Pulliam LLC, we provide creditors with a cost-effective alternative to large firms. As a boutique business law practice, we make it a priority to maximize the value we deliver to clients – without sacrificing the high quality of our legal services. Our attorneys share a commitment to achieving positive results at competitive rates.
Conveniently located in Jeffersonville, our firm serves as a trusted legal ally for banks and lenders throughout Southern Indiana and Louisville, Kentucky.
Real Estate Foreclosures
A significant component of our practice involves prosecuting commercial real estate foreclosures. We pursue these actions with thorough attention to detail, ensuring that our clients’ interests are well-represented. Our familiarity with all aspects of real estate law enhances our ability to provide thorough guidance in this area.
Our lawyers have a thorough understanding of the laws and limitations to foreclosure for creditors, including:
- Time restrictions for foreclosure proceedings
- Legal compliance
- Filing claims
- Eviction and removal
Our attorneys can provide valuable counsel throughout the foreclosure process to make sure you avoid errors that could result in costly litigation or delays in the process. We also represent landlords in eviction actions, and we assist landlords and property management companies with other legal issues.
Protecting Creditors’ Rights
Our experienced business lawyers represent banks, lenders and other financial institutions in connection with:
- Collecting unsecured debts
- Domesticating and enforcing judgments
- Filing and foreclosing mechanic’s liens
- Negotiating loan workouts
- Recovering collateral for secured transactions under Article 9 of the Uniform Commercial Code
We also protect creditors’ interests in bankruptcy proceedings.