Serving as a bankruptcy trustee or receiver is a complex job and requires full awareness of the interests of all involved parties, however disparate. Any mistakes, real or perceived, can expose you to potential personal liability. You need counsel on your side to help you understand your obligations, including everything from the restructuring plan to the distribution of assets.
When you serve in a trustee or receiver role, we provide guidance at every step to help you avoid pitfalls and feel more secure in your role as you investigate the debtor’s operational history, recover and sell assets, negotiate settlements and interact with the anxious parties involved in the process. Additionally, we are there to support you if a claim is made against you in your role, aided by our familiarity with the specifics of the bankruptcy and chancery court proceedings.