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Craig Dunlap Law
Business Law Attorney Serving Las Vegas And Out-Of-State Businesses In Collections

Over Two Decades Providing Bankruptcy Creditor Representation

Craig Dunlap Law puts to work over two decades of bankruptcy experience serving many parties in Chapter 7 and 11 bankruptcy. Craig Dunlap worked in several large law firms assisting in many high-value, complex bankruptcies. He also served as a law clerk to a bankruptcy judge, where he learned about numerous kinds of bankruptcy cases.

Craig Dunlap has represented a range of clients — from small businesses and individual creditors to large businesses. He also has worked with trustees and other interested parties, assisting with adversary litigation, motion practice and sales of bankruptcy estate assets.

Maximizing Recovery For Creditors In High-Value Bankruptcy Cases

When a debtor files for bankruptcy, creditors need talented legal representation to maximize recovery from their claims. Attorney Craig Dunlap has represented creditors in numerous multimillion-dollar claims in bankruptcy court and on appeal. He has also represented clients in adversary litigation, prosecuting debtors in bankruptcy court.

When the stakes are high, you need a seasoned lawyer familiar with bankruptcy law and the bankruptcy courts to maximize your recovery. Located in Las Vegas, Craig Dunlap Law represents creditors across the country seeking to take legal action in Nevada.

Craig Dunlap has helped creditors in addressing both individual and corporate debtors in Chapter 11 cases, assisting in the complex restructuring, confirmation and refinancing issues that accompany these bankruptcies.

If you are a creditor seeking representation in the case of a bankruptcy, Craig Dunlap Law can provide the legal counsel of a large firm without the high costs and inefficiencies. Call today for a case evaluation at 702-996-6359, or contact the firm online.

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