Business Banktruptcy

Representing Creditor Rights
Specializing in Chapter 7 and Chapter 11 Bankruptcy Cases

The business bankruptcy attorneys at the Taylor Law Group represent various business entities including commercial lenders and banks, creditors and investors in workout, reorganization and liquidation situations. We have been involved in many of the largest bankruptcy proceedings in the country, representing clients in oil and gas, real estate, manufacturing and general commercial industries.

Representing both secured and unsecured creditors, our goal is to protect the rights of our creditor clients to the fullest extent possible. Specifically, we represent creditors in bankruptcy proceedings filed under Chapter 7 and 11 of the United States Bankruptcy Code. We make every effort to optimize the collection against a debtor while minimizing the financial risks to our clients.

The Taylor Law Group is energetically involved in various professional associations active in the area of creditor rights. Specifically, attorney Susan Taylor is former member and past president of the Turnaround Management Association, a professional association consisting of the premiere attorneys, financial experts and turnaround professionals involved in the area of workout and bankruptcy practice.


Experienced and Proactive Business Bankruptcy Attorneys

For over 23 years, the The Taylor Law Group attorneys have represented bankruptcy clients from both the creditor and debtor sides of cases. Even though now focused on creditors' rights, our attorneys find that this perspective from both sides facilitates rapid and equitable resolution of such cases.

By emphasizing prevention with our clients, we make every effort to help our clients avoid problems before they happen by looking for the early warning signs. As a small firm, we develop close working relationships with our clients so that they are at ease with consulting with us before issues become problems.

If you are looking for a Houston business bankruptcy attorney to represent your creditor rights, call us at 713 759-9970 or send us an email.