Overview

At Anastasi Jellum, we represent financial institutions, businesses, landlords, contractors, and developers in foreclosures, collateral repossessions, bankruptcies, and workouts throughout the country. Anastasi Jellum attorneys assist our clients in working out distressed transactions to maximize recovery, avoiding litigation when practical, and litigating cases to recover assets and protect the creditor’s interests. We represent secured and unsecured creditors in complex collection and insolvency-related litigation, including matters involving the Uniform Commercial Code, receiverships, foreclosures, and fraudulent transfers. We assist creditors with the following:

  • Asset Valuations
  • Attachment Proceedings
    • Sheriff’s executions
    • Coordinating Sheriff’s executions upon non-exempt assets
    • Garnishments – directing wage and non-earnings garnishments
    • Replevin
    • Repossession
    • Levies
  • Collections
    • Commercial loans
    • Equipment loans
    • Home equity loans
    • Construction loans
    • Liquidations
    • Loan workouts
    • Mortgages
    • Condominium association assessment and judgment collection
    • Post judgment collections
  • Judgments
  • Landlord/Tenant Law
    • Commercial leases
    • Residential leases
    • Unlawful detainer actions
    • Rent Abatement
  • Structured settlements
  • Lump sum payments
  • Forbearance agreements
  • Voluntary foreclosure agreements
  • Deed-in-lieu agreements
  • Voluntary receivership agreements

Bankruptcy can be a major component of the loan workout structure. Anastasi Jellum attorneys are highly skilled in navigating the nuances of bankruptcy and protecting secured and unsecured creditors interests in Chapter 7, 11, 12, and 13 bankruptcies. We are experienced in:

  • Obtaining relief from the automatic stay
  • Getting property out of the bankruptcy estate
  • Dealing with preferential transfer matters
  • Fraudulent conveyances
  • Cash collateral agreements
  • Reaffirmation agreements
  • Creditor discharge litigation
  • Involuntary bankruptcy petitions