Category: Thomas J. MacNeely

Attention Creditors: If a Debtor Owing You Money Files for Bankruptcy, We’re Here to Protect your Rights.

There is no doubt that the coronavirus has caused severe economic pain and anxiety to both individuals and businesses throughout Pennsylvania. Unfortunately, many financial experts believe that these current economic conditions will cause many businesses to default on their financial obligations causing them to file for bankruptcy protection. In turn, the creditors of these businesses will be forced to protect their rights in bankruptcy court to ensure that they are treated appropriately under the Bankruptcy Code.

Rosenn, Jenkins & Greenwald has considerable experience in protecting the rights of creditors who find themselves having to defend their claims and rights in bankruptcy court. For many years, we have represented (i) banks and lending institutions whose customers are no longer able to pay their mortgages, (ii) manufacturers whose customers owe them for the products they purchased, (iii) commercial landlords whose tenants have defaulted under their leases, and (iv) professionals whose clients are unable to pay for their services.

In each of these cases, we have the requisite knowledge and experience to aggressively and economically represent creditors who are involved in bankruptcy cases filed by their customers, vendors, tenants or clients. If you find yourself in the unenviable position of needing legal representation caused by a bankruptcy filing, please contact Thomas J. MacNeely, Esquire at 570-826-5662 or at tmacneely@rjglaw.com to discuss your legal rights and options.

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Is your Property Eligible for the Clean and Green program?

In 1974, The Pennsylvania General Assembly enacted the “Clean and Green” program. This preferential tax assessment program was designed to to encourage protection of the Commonwealth’s valuable farmland, forestland and open spaces. Attorney Thomas J. MacNeely, who serves as the Chairman of our Real Estate Department, has helped various clients secure “Clean and Green” approval for their properties with the Tax Assessor’s Office. His efforts have resulted in these clients saving hundreds of thousands of dollars in real estate taxes.

If you are interested in learning more about the Clean and Green program and if your property is eligible for it, please contact Attorney MacNeely at 570-826-5662.