675 Old Country Rd, Westbury, NY 11590, USA
Mr. Giuliano has extensive experience representing creditors, debtors, trustees and committees in all aspects of the bankruptcy process, as well as out of court insolvency matters. His areas of concentration include bankruptcy, reorganizations, debtor and creditor rights, and bankruptcy and trustee related litigation. Mr. Giulianos successes include the restructuring of some of the more prominent members of the Long Island business community but he takes equal pride in representing neighborhood businesses as well as individuals in Chapter 7 liquidation proceedings and Chapter 13 wage earner plans. He also represents landlords, secured creditors, creditor committees and individual creditors in all phases of bankruptcy process. Mr. Giuliano has over twenty years experience practicing law with a special emphasis on bankruptcy and insolvency related issues and has considerable litigation experience in bankruptcy and general commercial matters.
807 E Jericho Turnpike, Huntington Station, NY 11746, USA
I have been practicing law at the same location since 1993. My areas of expertise involve assisting individuals with their debt problems. If you are having problems paying your bills, I am sure that I can help. I have filed thousands of chapter 7 and chapter 13 cases over the years in addition to completing hundreds of loan modifications I truly care about helping my clients and get great satisfaction when I know that I have relieved all of their financial stress. I will do everything possible to get a great result for my clients. All consultations are complementary and we have easy, affordable payment plans. I personally meet with all clients and promptly return all phone calls and emails. I pride myself in giving each client the personal, caring attention they deserve. Call me today and we will figure out a solution that is tailored to fit your individual needs.
4220 Carmichael Ct., N., Montgomery, AL 36106
Mr. Grainger received his B.S. from University of Alabama in Huntsville in 1983 and went on to receive his J.D. from Cumberland School of Law at Samford University in 1986. His primary areas of practice include: Debtor- Creditor Law, Bankruptcy, and Business Law. Mr. Grainger was admitted to practice law in Alabama in 1986. In addition to Lawyers of Distinciton, Mr. Grainger is also a member of the Alabama State Bar Association. At Grainger Legal Services, our goal is to offer long term solutions to those who are deeply in debt and overwhelmed. We understand the stress many people feel with respect to financial difficulties. The federal bankruptcy process is designed to give debtors a fresh start. Seasoned Montgomery bankruptcy attorney Charles Grainger can review your circumstances and represent you through this process. We work with individuals who are struggling with debt, and also assist Alabama businesses in filing for bankruptcy under Chapter 7.
150 N Michigan Ave, Suite 800, Chicago, IL 60601
250 Vesey St, New York, NY 10281, USA
Scott Greenberg focuses on representing debtors and creditors in in-court and out-of-court restructurings. He is co-head of the Business Restructuring & Reorganization Practice in the Firm\'s New York Office and serves on the Firm\'s Advisory Committee. Recently Scott was lead counsel on Outcome Health, Rex Energy, M&G Chemicals, and American Apparel\'s chapter 11 cases and lead counsel for Transtar (DACCO Transmission Parts [NY] Inc.) and Nextel (NII Holdings Inc). in their chapter 11 cases in the SDNY. On the creditor side Scott currently represents the term lenders in Monitronics, Crossmark, Sunguard, Savers, Catalina Marketing, and David\'s Bridal and recently represented the term loan lenders in rue21\'s chapter 11, Answers Corp.\'s chapter 11, J. Crew\'s term loan, AMF Global (Ameriforge), 77 Energy, the first lien steering committee in RCS Capital\'s chapter 11 cases, and Fortress as DIP lender in A&P\'s chapter 11 cases. At his prior firm he represented the senior lenders in the acquisition of InterCity Media Corp. through a 363 sale; the ad hoc noteholders in AES Eastern\'s chapter 11 cases; the first lien lenders to BLB/TWIN River Casino in its chapter 11 cases in Providence, Rhode Island; the ad hoc committee of senior secured bondholders in Black Gaming; and Penn National Gaming as owner of Hollywood Casino Shreveport in their chapter 11 cases. He also represented the senior secured lenders in the chapter 11 cases of Inner City Media Corporation in the SDNY.