“Resolve to be honest in all events and if in your own judgment you cannot be an honest lawyer, resolve to be honest without being a lawyer.” - Abraham Lincoln
At Rogers Law Offices, we know bad loans are something most banks do not want to discuss. Unfortunately, today's current economic situation makes it a simple reality that most banks have to deal with.
Rogers Law Offices is an experienced law firm focused on Creditors' Rights issues. The founder, Beth Rogers, and each of the Firm's associates are highly trained to anticipate difficulties before they become problems.
Should a problem arise, we will resolve it by any means necessary with litigation as the last resort. We have built our organization from the ground up, solely to represent our clients in distressed business lending. We offer legal services in matters involving Creditors' Rights, Bankruptcy, Loan Workouts and Commercial Litigation matters. Clients include large national lenders, regional lenders, creditors' committees, secured creditors, unsecured creditors, corporate borrowers, business owners and individuals.
Our firm possesses the ability to handle challenging cases efficiently and effectively and we have extensive experience in the following areas:
Our clients benefit from our ability to quickly identify and implement a successful and cost-effective legal strategy. We counsel clients about their options and provide them the information they need to make strategic decisions about bankruptcy and litigation. Because our attorneys handle both transactional and litigation matters, we have the broad perspective needed to develop workable solutions to complex problems. As one of the largest woman-owned Creditors' Rights law firms in the Southeast, our firm builds on its record of accomplishment with every client.
For a free initial consultation with Rogers Law, contact our firm. We look forward to providing you with the skilled legal help you need.
We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy under the bankruptcy code.
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