Whether you operate a business that is struggling in our troubled and volatile economy, or you are striving to recover as much as possible from a debtor in default, our centrally and conveniently located law firm is the resource you need to accomplish your goals.
Our firm's attorneys are highly regarded Maryland receivership attorneys as well as widely respected bankruptcy attorneys with well over 100 years of collective experience. We can help you evaluate all legal options for protection and pursuit of your critical interests as:
- A business owner or private party considering liquidation of assets outside of a costly public bankruptcy proceeding
- A creditor seeking appointment of a trustworthy receiver to ensure preservation and protection of debtor assets in the effort to maximize your recovery
- A court official authorized to select a provider of receiver and trustee services known for skill, financial acumen and integrity
Trusted in the Courts and Business Community for Judgment and Integrity
Receiverships and collection law are complex legal areas that demand in-depth, real-world experience. Our attorneys are not only sought out by peers who want top-notch service and representation for their clients, but also first-call liquidation and receivership practitioners trusted and often court appointed to administer property for the common good.
Skilled, Judicious and Effective Administration of All Types of Assets
Our lawyers are proven veterans of bankruptcy and insolvency proceedings. Regardless of your specific status as a debtor or creditor, we encourage you to turn to our law firm for clear guidance on the best way to handle the challenge and protect your vital interests.
Maryland, D.C., New York, Virginia, and West Virginia Debt Restructuring Attorneys
At the law firm Yumkas, Vidmar & Sweeney, LLC, in Annapolis, our attorneys have extensive insight into all the various paths to resolution and means of survival for businesses struggling with debt. You can turn to our focused, savvy legal team for quality representation whether you intend to reorganize, liquidate or simply buy time and work to improve your company's stability and growth.
Although we are widely recognized as leading business bankruptcy lawyers, we are equally adept at negotiating private, out-of-court workouts and loan restructuring agreements for commercial property owners, developers, business owners and stakeholders across all market sectors.
Knowledgeable in All Aspects of Private, Confidential Debt Resolution
The right path to financial survival and recovery depends on your business and personal priorities. Our attorneys take the time to understand your operations, plans and projections when fashioning a customized resolution privately or through bankruptcy filings.
If your business is a victim of the adverse economy or other forces beyond your control, we will actively pursue viable insolvency solutions and aggressively defend your ability to preserve your business. If you have been defrauded or wronged in any way, you can count on our proven business litigation attorneys for intense representation of your interests.
Our Experience and Credentials Are Assets for You
When seeking any form of debt relief, it is critical to have legal counsel that commands the respect of banks and other creditors, opposing attorneys and officials responsible for approving your plan or deal. Our loan workout attorneys have a reputation for skill and integrity backed by inclusion in Best Lawyers in America* and Super Lawyers, as well as achievement of "AV" ratings* for preeminent legal skill and integrity.
Whether you must evaluate bankruptcy and bankruptcy alternatives or have determined that your top priority is keeping your financially distressed situation out of the public eye, we urge you to contact us for counsel.
*AV Preeminent and BV Distinguished are certification marks of Reed Elsevier Properties Inc., used in accordance with the Martindale-Hubbell certification procedures, standards and policies. Martindale-Hubbell is the facilitator of a peer review rating process. Ratings reflect the confidential opinions of members of the bar and the judiciary. Martindale-Hubbell ratings fall into two categories: legal ability and general ethical standards.