Community Banks and Credit Unions
The skilled attorneys of Dalton & Tomich, PLC are attuned to the sea of change in the financial industry, including consolidations and the realities of increased regulation. We work to achieve the deal, complete the workout, and protect your institution. We will take the time to fully understand your unique situation and goals, tailoring our approach to your size and other circumstances.
We are trusted legal advisors and partners to financial institutions including community banks, credit unions, and denominational lenders. We represent lenders in FDIC acquisitions, compliance, loan origination, achieving workouts, foreclosures, short sales, debt collection, and negotiating forbearance agreements. Our collaborative approach to working with financial organizations like yours has enabled us to successfully advise on regulatory matters, compliance issues, and secured transactions.
Michigan Community Banks
Providing expert legal services to Michigan Community Banks is one area of special expertise for our attorneys. We value community banks’ investment in the local areas in which they operate. This approach aligns well with our own commitment to supporting businesses and organizations in our own community. Our experienced attorneys counsel Michigan community banks on bank lending transactions and regulatory issues, workouts, foreclosures, branch sales and purchases, as well as compliance.
Denominational lenders hold a unique space in the banking industry and Dalton & Tomich, PLC has made representing them an important focus area for our firm. For example, many Christian denominations have a funding or lending arm that is typically organized as a credit union. They lend to other nonprofits, most often churches. These loans require outside of the box thinking and the support of attorneys experienced both in the financial sector and in representing religious institutions. Dalton & Tomich, PLC is proud to offer this combination of expertise.
The attorneys of Dalton & Tomich, PLC have the experience and the knowledge to work with you to develop a legal solution that helps you accomplish your goals.Speak With an Attorney
Most lenders have multiple relationships with law firms and lawyers. We can assist you as an additional resource. Try us on a test matter and see the difference that our professionals bring to the financial world.
We typically bill by the hour. However, we also work with lenders that prefer we bill by the project so they know exactly how much they will be paying for legal services. Contact us to discuss in greater detail.
Yes. The compliance world in banking changes daily. Our professionals have the resources available to assist you in working on compliance issues.