Experienced Bankruptcy Law Practice
Langley & Banack has a very active business and personal bankruptcy practice. Our bankruptcy lawyers have been involved in virtually every type of bankruptcy-related case, including litigation arising in the context of the bankruptcy process and related proceedings. Langley & Banack is proud of its reputation and expertise in the restructuring area and frequently represents creditors, creditor’s committees, debtors, shareholders, trustees, landlords, and other interested parties. In addition to handling numerous business and personal bankruptcy proceedings under Chapters 7, 11 and 13, our bankruptcy lawyers also have experience handling municipal bankruptcies filings under Chapter 9 and international recognition proceedings under Chapter 15 of the Bankruptcy Code.
Our bankruptcy lawyers stay on the cutting edge of developing bankruptcy law and maintain relationships with other turnaround specialists through their membership in national, multi-disciplinary groups such as TMA and ABI. Our bankruptcy group has strong business and accounting backgrounds, making it easy to work with clients to file for bankruptcy and also accomplish their restructuring goals.
Bankruptcy Podcast Series
Tune in to our four part series hosted by our very own Clinton Butler with guest Shareholders Natalie Wilson, Dickie Davis, Allen Debard, David Gragg and Jim Hoffman for great discussion about all things Bankruptcy in Texas.
David S. Gragg is a Bankruptcy attorney in our San Antonio law office. He is board certified in Business Bankruptcy, Texas Board of Legal Specialization, and the American Bankruptcy Board of Certification Certified Public Accountant. Mr. Gragg handles Chapter 11 proceedings and related litigations for debtors and trustees.
We Follow Bankruptcy Code
Although the Firm practices in many areas, because we very proudly represent consumers in bankruptcy matters, we are required by the Congress of the United States, at 11 U.S.C. §528 (a)(4) to state: “We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for relief under the Bankruptcy Code.”