Weston brings a decade of experience in a variety of creditors' rights, bankruptcy, and transactional matters to MBCB. With a background of representing business and individuals on all sides of these issues, Wes is uniquely positioned to serve his clients.
Weston leads MBCB’s bankruptcy and creditors’ rights practice, and represents creditors, debtors and other interest holders in Chapter 7, 11, 12 and 13 bankruptcy cases in the Southern District and the Northern District of Indiana. Weston also represents clients in all phases of foreclosures, collections, restructurings, and insolvency as well as providing services to clients before various taxing authorities.
A skilled litigator and transactional attorney, Weston's practice includes providing legal counsel to individuals, businesses and financial institutions on transactional matters like contracts, and transfer or corporate assets. In his 10 years of experience as a lawyer, Weston developed deep expertise in asset protection, planning, mergers, and acquisitions in the context of a 363 sale in the bankruptcy process, and creditor collection violations.
Weston graduated from the University of Dayton School of Law in 2007. He earned his Artium Baccalaurei in Liberal Arts from Wabash College in 2004 where he majored in German, with minors in Economics, Religion and an area of concentration in International Studies. He is the recipient of numerous awards including the Indiana Super Lawyers Rising Star 2014-2017 Award, and the 2013 Indiana Lawyer Up and Coming Lawyer, Leadership in Law Award.
Mr. Overturf is a member of the Indiana State Bar Association and the Indianapolis Bar Association, where is is a Committee Member of the Commercial and Bankruptcy Law Section. He is admitted to practice before the United States District Courts for the Southern District and Northern District of Indiana. Weston is also a chapter advisor of the Delta Chi Chapter of Sigma Chi Fraternity and the Noblesville Swim Club.
Wes has been recognized as a Super Lawyer Rising Star in the area of Bankruptcy in every year from 2014 through 2018.
In Re: Robin A. Lacy & Page Lacy, 2008 WL 4000176
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