Galloway offers local and national bankruptcy services on behalf of secured and unsecured creditors in proceedings filed under Chapter 7, Chapter 11, Chapter 12, and Chapter 13 of the Bankruptcy Code. With our experience and personnel, we can manage high-volume bankruptcy portfolios and provide comprehensive representation to our creditor clients nationwide. As part of our broad mortgage default practice, we also provide end-to-end legal services for financial institutions, including banks, credit unions, mortgage servicers, institutional investors, private firms, and other commercial clients.
But our bankruptcy practice is even more diverse, assisting individuals, families, businesses, and other legal entities navigate the complex provisions of the United States Bankruptcy Code to achieve a desired effect or minimize exposure to an otherwise potentially harmful liability. In that regard, we regularly counsel individual and corporate debtors in a wide variety of situations, such as obtaining a discharge or a beneficial restructuring from consumer or business debts; litigating adversary proceedings on liens or whether an obligation can in fact be discharged; or asserting or maximizing the recovery of claims or collateral for creditors.
And our bankruptcy practice at Galloway truly extends beyond experience with only the process itself, but everything a bankruptcy estate could involve: business litigation, personal injuries, real estate, family law, and probate. Sometimes, it is also means avoiding the process altogether or preserving the protections of the Bankruptcy Code as a last resort. Whatever the goal, we work closely with our clients to achieve the most beneficial outcome possible under the circumstances.