Annually recognized for excellence by his peers, litigation guides and clients, Jeff Courter’s success speaks for itself. “I have a great relationship with the creditor rights/bankruptcy legal bar which I practice with and against on a daily basis,” he says. “To me it’s just reflective of treating people with civility and respect.”
This ability to work well with his peers and opposing counsel ultimately obtains success for his clients. He’s able to identify weaknesses on both sides and find the most efficient solution for a given case.
Jeff’s practice is concentrated in the areas of creditor rights and bankruptcy. He routinely represents clients across Iowa in various creditor rights matters including, among others, foreclosures of mortgages and security interests, replevins, breaches of contract/lease, and suits on notes. He also represents clients in bankruptcy matters throughout Iowa and across the country, including defending preference actions and prosecuting complaints objecting to discharge/dischargability of debt, reclamation claims, objecting to confirmation of Chapter 11, 12, and 13 Plans, and other creditor matters in bankruptcy cases.