Guiding You Through Real Estate Bankruptcy Issues
If you are facing bankruptcy and have commercial real estate issues, you need a lawyer with the skill and experience to handle complex bankruptcy cases. You need someone you can rely on to help you achieve debt relief while protecting your real estate assets to the greatest extent possible.
You need the Law Office of Jon B. Clarke, P.C.
Denver bankruptcy attorney Jon B. Clarke has more than 35 years of experience handling all financial matters relating to bankruptcy and commercial real estate. Some of his background and credentials are highlighted below:
Real estate broker, developer and investor
Mr. Clarke has experience as a Denver metropolitan-area real estate broker, developer and investor. This experience has been particularly useful in representing real estate debtors such as homebuilders, general contractors, subcontractors, commercial builders, land developers, sub-dividers and homeowners facing foreclosure.
Represented commercial landlords whose tenants have filed bankruptcy
Mr. Clarke has represented numerous commercial building and shopping center owners whose tenants have filed Chapter 7 or Chapter 11 bankruptcy in Colorado, New York, Delaware, California and other states.
Handled quiet title actions, lien foreclosure actions and acquisition of commercial property
When commercial leases, construction loans, permanent loans and home mortgage loans go into default, multiple issues are created under Colorado real property laws and the federal bankruptcy laws. The filing of a bankruptcy petition will stay a pending eviction or mortgage/Deed of Trust foreclosure sale. The length of the stay is highly dependent on the facts and whether the party in default files a Chapter 7, Chapter 11 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy case.
Colorado foreclosure attorney Jon B. Clarke has more than 35 years of experience in working with public trustee and judicial foreclosures, receiverships, and the restructuring of mortgages. He helps clients avoid loss of equity where possible, or to maximize the amount to be gained from a stipulated sale or “short sale” of distressed properties. These issues are often complicated and can involve more than one possible solution. Mr. Clarke can explain the different options as well as the pros and cons of each, allowing you to make the best decision in your particular case.
Contact a Colorado Foreclosure Lawyer and Bankruptcy Attorney
If you are facing bankruptcy and have commercial real estate issues, fill out the Business or Consumer Debtor Analysis form (if you are a real estate borrower or tenant) and submit it. No BCD Form is necessary for real estate lenders or landlords. We will endeavor to contact you within three business days to discuss what happens next.