The operation of assisted living facilities in North Carolina involves numerous legal matters, including but not limited to resolving and litigating liability claims, contracting for necessary goods and services, forming and maintaining corporate entities, obtaining and renewing facility licenses, obtaining and maintaining Certificates of Need, obtaining Medicaid reimbursements, and litigating regulatory appeals before the North Carolina Office of Administrative Hearings. Waldrep LLP has extensive experience with all of these types of matters and many more affecting the senior housing industry.
Waldrep LLP has the experience to handle any bankruptcy matter. Tom Waldrep has practiced commercial bankruptcy law for over 30 years, representing creditors, debtors, trustees, and committees in all types of bankruptcies. For nine years, Tom served as a United States Bankruptcy Judge. Now he regularly appears in bankruptcy courts throughout the Southeast. Jennifer Lyday and Francisco Morales together have practiced commercial bankruptcy law for over 10 years. The firm’s attorneys have successfully handled many bankruptcies, out-of-court workout agreements, foreclosures, and other proceedings under state law.