Jill Walters has more than a decade of experience protecting the financial interests of financial institutions, corporate clients of all sizes, and individuals, and guiding these creditor-clients through the bankruptcy and restructuring process. She regularly represents secured and unsecured creditors in bankruptcy cases filed under all chapters of the United States Bankruptcy Code and has experience representing clients of all sizes in adversary proceedings across the country.
Her practice includes lender representation in collection, foreclosure, and claim and delivery actions. She also represents financial institutions in receiverships, commercial workouts, restructures, and note sales.
Jill serves in a leadership capacity for several professional organizations including the National Democratic Institute and North Carolina Bar Association. She is also active in the Raleigh community, serving on the board of directors of Note in the Pocket and on Haven House Services’ fundraising committee, among others.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Jill C. Walters