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I'm a solo practitioner debtor-creditor attorney with big-time experience managing the legal and financial operations of fast-growing small businesses. My practice is focused on financial transactions and financial litigation.

The top comment I get from clients is that I'm far better than their previous attorney. The reason is that I care tremendously, and I have a passion for the debtor/creditor space. I'm a member of many trade associations. I'm a member of committees. I'm a voraciously reader of legal and financial literature. I teach classes for other attorneys and for the public. I volunteer my time to counsel small businesses. I have relationships with top attorneys in many different financial disciplines who share my enthusiasm for this industry and we often work together on cases.

My philosophy is simple. There is always a way. You just have to care enough to find it.

Common Cases

These examples are very typical of the kinds of financial problems we deal with: 

  • Joe is considering bankruptcy for his chocolate distributorship, but he believes he can turn things around. We decide to lay off everyone except the commissioned salespeople, negotiate for more time with the creditors and aggressively collect on past due receivables.
  • Lizzie works for the city. She has a steady income and is current on her mortgage, but her home equity loan is in default. The bank sold her loan and the buyer is looking to foreclose if she doesn't make a large cash payment soon. We file bankruptcy and negotiate a loan modification allowing her to make steady monthly payments and get current again.
  • Henry opened a restaurant which went out of business. He owes sales and payroll taxes to the government, and has substantial personal liability on the lease which the landlord will not negotiate. We make a payoff plan with the government, and file bankruptcy to eliminate the personal lease obligations.
  • Jack loaned Freddie $150,000 to help him buy and renovate a new office building. Freddie signed a promissory note to repay the money but has not done so. Jack wants his money back and we will get a judgment against Freddie and collect it through some combination of "freezing and seizing" his bank account, garnishing his paycheck and foreclosing on the building.

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Bradley R. Bailyn, Esq., Founder

Bailyn Law provides comprehensive legal and advisory services in the fields of bankruptcy and out-of-court debt workouts. We serve companies and individuals who wish to restructure their businesses or their finances to improve liquidity and increase profitability. We also advise creditors seeking to protect their legal rights and economic interests.

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6301 Mill Lane Brooklyn, NY 11234

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6301 Mill Lane
Brooklyn, NY 11234

 

One Rockefeller Plaza, Tenth Floor
New York, NY 10020



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6301 Mill Lane Brooklyn, NY 11234

One Rockefeller Plaza, Tenth Floor New York, NY 10020

6301 Mill Lane Brooklyn, NY 11234

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One Rockefeller Plaza, Tenth Floor New York, NY 10020

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