''A successful law practice is established by finding or creating a niche that is underserved and committing to the continuous study and hard work that is required to excel at it. I’m fortunate to have found a niche that I love: problem-solving and pursuit of righting wrongs in the commercial sector.''Stuart Schwartz
Attorney & Shareholder
They also have substantial experience in landlord-tenant matters and both personal and real property foreclosure actions.
Our creditor’s rights attorneys in El Paso, Texas, and Las Cruces, New Mexico, have distinguished themselves in this area. Stuart R. Schwartz is Editor in Chief of the premier compendium of debtor-creditor law in Texas, the Texas Collections Manual, published by the State Bar of Texas. He has also authored and lectured over 50 times in 20 years for the State Bar of Texas, the University of Texas and the University of Houston Law Foundation on numerous topics pertaining to pre- and post-judgment debt collection remedies (including attachment, sequestration, execution, garnishment, receiverships, and turnover). Stuart is also one of only two of attorneys in the State of Texas board certified in Creditors’ Rights Law by the American Board of Certification.
Our bankruptcy lawyers represent both secured and unsecured creditors in the areas of cash collateral, assumption or rejections of leases and executory contracts, stay relief, property sales, preference actions, plan confirmation matters, and discharge issues. We have extensive experience in workouts and debt restructuring, and regularly draw on the expertise of our corporate, real estate, tax and commercial litigation attorneys to augment advice provided to our clients.
Padilla v. NCJ Dev., Inc., 218 S.W. 3d 811 (Tex. App – El Paso 2007, pet. denied)
Morgan v. Verlander, 225 S.W.3d 158 (Tex. App. – El Paso 2005, pet. denied)
Cordova v. Southwestern Bell Yellow Pages, Inc., 148 S.W. 3d 441 (Tex. App – El Paso 2004)
Girdley v. Southwestern Bell Yellow Pages, Inc., 869 S.W.2d 409 (Tex. App – El Paso 1993)