Creditors' Rights

We talk often about how we are passionate about the practice of law and all it can do. And in business, one of the chief things that it can do is help to make sure you are fully represented in complex procedures and that you get what you are entitled to.

Our knowledgeable creditors’ rights attorneys excel in representing creditors in all workout, collection and enforcement matters, including, but not limited to, bankruptcy proceedings, commercial and residential foreclosure, enforcing surety agreements and guarantees, avoiding fraudulent conveyances, collecting retail accounts, evictions, breach of fiduciary duty claims against directors of liquidating entities, and defense of Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA) and Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) claims.

We do it ethically and we do it fiercely. We achieve results.

Working closely with our Collection Department, we deliver the value you have every right to expect.

Creditors' Rights Attorneys at Lacy Katzen

Mark Stein, Evictions Attorney

Mark Stein, Evictions Attorney

Mark H. Stein
585.324.5706

John Refermat, Commercial Litigation Attorney

John Refermat, Commercial Litigation Lawyer

John T. Refermat
585.324.5762

Jennifer Chadwick, Rochester Lawyer

Jennifer Chadwick, Rochester Lawyer

Jennifer L. Chadwick
585.324.5721

Matthew Ryen, Private Lending Lawyer

Matthew Ryen, Private Lending Lawyer

Matthew A. Ryen
585.324.5701

Louis Ryen, Senior Counsel

Louis Ryen, Senior Counsel

Louis A. Ryen
585.324.5716

David MacKnight, Bankruptcy Lawyer

David MacKnight, Bankruptcy Lawyer

David D. MacKnight
585.324.5724

Michael Wegman, Litigation Attorney

Michael Wegman, Litigation Attorney

Michael Wegman
585.324.5702