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Commercial Foreclosure, Workout and Receivership Division

Wright, Finlay & Zak's ("WFZ") Commercial Foreclosure, Workout and Receivership Division will handle your complex judicial and non-judicial foreclosures and loan workouts on commercial and multi-unit properties in California, Nevada, Arizona, Washington, Oregon, and Utah. In conjunction with the foreclosure action, WFZ can petition the court to place a professional receiver in place to collect rents and manage the property until our clients can work out a permanent solution or foreclose. WFZ also advises our clients on the complex array of anti-deficiency statutes in California.

WFZ's services include, but are not limited to:

  • Judicial and Non-Judicial Commercial Foreclosures
  • Receiverships
  • Code violation representation
  • Deficiency Judgments
  • Loan Workouts, forbearance agreements and loan restructuring
  • Deeds in Lieu
  • Title Examination and Curative Resolution Services*
  • Creditor Eviction and bankruptcy services**

*If after the title examination we find there is a need for something more than just an indemnity letter from your title insurer, WFZ's Title Curative and Litigation Division has the specialized title litigation experience to resolve most title issues.

If you have any questions regarding WFZ's Commercial Foreclosure, Workout and Receivership Division, please contact our Managing Partner, Robin Wright.

**Should a borrower file for bankruptcy relief during a foreclosure process or the borrower/occupant remains on the property post foreclosure, our Eviction and Bankruptcy Divisions are seamlessly available to assist you.

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