Frank C. Dell’Amore focuses his practice in the areas of banking and financial services and creditors’ rights. He represents and advises financial institutions, private lenders, equity fund managers, and other entities in all matters relating to foreclosure, bankruptcy, real estate, workout, loan acquisition, and general litigation and appellate matters. Frank routinely guides his clients through difficult situations with a practical approach that is tailored to meet the varying goals and desired outcomes of his clients.
Frank regularly appears in court on behalf of clients in matters relating to distressed loan situations. While he strives to reach amicable resolutions in such matters when possible, Frank is always prepared to protect his clients’ rights through litigation and other legal measures, having successfully conducted trials and framed-issue hearings, often involving challenging and unique issues of law.
He has also proven himself to be a trusted adviser to his clients with respect to creditor-related bankruptcy cases, wherein he provides guidance in all aspects of chapters 7, 11, and 13 bankruptcy matters. In this capacity, Frank has represented secured and unsecured creditors, chapter 7 trustees, landlords, and other parties-in-interest with respect to adversary proceedings, evidentiary hearings, contested plan confirmation hearings, motions to use or prohibit the use of cash collateral, and applications seeking relief from the automatic bankruptcy stay.