Moulton Bellingham's bankruptcy practice focuses upon the representation of creditors. Our bankruptcy lawyers have decades of experience representing creditors in bankruptcy cases under chapters 7, 11, 12, and 13 of the Bankruptcy Code. Moulton Bellingham does not represent debtors or Debtors-In-Possession. Gerald Murphy, Greg Murphy, and Doug James served as Chapter 7 Trustees, earlier in their careers. Our attorneys have also been actively involved in the Bankruptcy Section of the Montana Bar Association.
Our bankruptcy practice covers the entire state of Montana. Most bankruptcy hearings in Montana are conducted using the Bankruptcy Court’s video conferencing system, which allows attorneys to participate in hearings across Montana without having to travel. There is only one Bankruptcy Judge for the entire State of Montana.
Our attorneys have successfully represented banks, insurance companies, institutional lenders, construction companies, and other creditors in consumer, commercial, and agricultural bankruptcy cases. Our attorneys have experience with Debtor-In-Possession financing, priming liens, objections to confirmation, adequate protection, relief from stay, Section 363 sales, plan confirmation issues, adversary proceedings, objections to discharge, violations of the automatic stay, fraudulent transfers, preferential transfers, avoidance actions, claim objections, family farmer cases, single asset real estate cases, small business debtors, reorganizations, success fees, bad faith filings, co-debtor stay issues, conversion to chapter 7, liquidations, wage earner reorganizations, executory contracts and unexpired leases, disclosure statements, substantive consolidation, procedural consolidation, executive contracts, leases, reaffirmation agreements, lender liability issues, workouts and restructurings, and liquidating trusts.