Over-Secured Lender Fees

Recent Case Benefits Chapter 11 Debtors with Over-Secured Creditors Seeking to Recover Legal Fees By: Laura Day DelCotto A recent case rendered by the Bankruptcy Court in the Northern District of West Virginia highlights one of the most costly issues facing Chapter 11 debtors, and comes out in the debtor’s

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Options for Mortgage Loan Default

By: Jamie L. Harris Whether it be from job loss, divorce, medical issues or the death of a spouse, many American homeowners may find they are unable to debt service their monthly mortgage payment.  The good news is most lenders offer a variety of options to address financial hardship issues

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October 2017 Community Events Spotlight

DLG attorneys and paraprofessionals are actively involved in the central Kentucky community.  We strive to make central Kentucky a better place to live, work and relax for everyone.  October 15 Join Cynthia Spataro and her team at the ACS Breast Cancer Walk at Whitaker Bank Ballpark on Sunday, October 15th

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November 2016 Community Events

DLG attorneys and paraprofessionals are actively involved in the central Kentucky community.  We strive to make central Kentucky a better place to live, work and relax for everyone.   The attorneys of DelCotto Law Group will be attending the Welcome Receptions for the Eastern and Western District Bankruptcy Clerks. Nathan

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DelCotto Law Group Files Majority of Chapter 11s

DelCotto Law Group Files Majority of Chapter 11’s In 2015, DelCotto Law Group PLLC filed nearly sixty percent[1] of all Chapter 11 bankruptcy cases filed in the Eastern District of Kentucky.  This is an increase from 2014 when the firm filed nearly forty percent[2] of all Chapter 11 cases in the Eastern

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Looming CMBS Loan Maturities

Looming CMBS Loan Maturities 2015 to 2017 By Laura Day DelCotto The commercial mortgage-backed securities (CMBS) market exploded in the early 1990s as a huge new source of capital for commercial real estate projects.   As many of these debts begin to mature in 2015, the forecast is uncertain.    Some predict

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Massive Double Whammy in Kentucky Pension Community

First, after 5 pm on Friday, May 30, Bankruptcy Judge Joan Lloyd issued an 80-plus page opinion that Seven Counties, the community mental health center that serves 32,000 clients in the Louisville metro area, is permitted to withdraw from the Kentucky state pension system.  Press and other speculation is running rampant on

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5 Concerns When Closing a Medical Practice

With the current uncertainty of Medicare reimbursement rates and rising operating costs, many medical practices–in particular, independent medical practices–are closing their doors.  If you are in the process of closing a medical practice, here are a few areas of concern: Patient notice of closing.  You will want to consult your state

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