Serving Municipal Governments as Creditors in Bankruptcy Cases

Knowledgeable Maryland Creditor’s Rights Attorneys

The Creditor’s Rights department of MR&R is comprised of attorneys experienced in all areas of federal bankruptcy law.  Our lawyers represent  creditors attempting to protect their collateral and otherwise collect taxes and receivables from individuals and businesses which are in bankruptcy.    MRR’s focus is on collections and lien enforcement actions in bankruptcy.  MRR does not represent individuals or businesses who are looking to file bankruptcy. 

Representing Municipal Governments as Creditors

Meyers, Rodbell & Rosenbaum, P.A. represents several municipal governments as creditors for the recovery of various taxes and other debts.  

Cities and municipalities have particular needs and concerns as bankruptcy creditors and the firm’s bankruptcy attorneys are well versed in meeting their unique requirements.  MR&R represents various municipalities for several counties throughout the State of Maryland in this field of law, including Prince George’s, Charles and Calvert Counties.

Representations in the Area of Creditor’s Rights in Bankruptcy

In addition to municipalities, the attorneys at MR&R provide guidance in the area of bankruptcy and creditor’s rights to clients including:

  • Secured creditors;

  • Unsecured creditors;

  • Banks and other financial institutions;

  • Bankruptcy trustees;

  • Liquidating trustees; and

  • Lenders and borrowers in commercial foreclosures/workouts.

    MR&R does not undertake representation of consumer debtors.  This is because its focus over the years has been in the representation of the rights of creditors in bankruptcy proceedings, particularly business bankruptcies and business-related insolvency matters.