ATTORNEY AT LAW

Earl “Trey” F. Sundmaker, III is the founder and managing member of The Sundmaker Firm.  Trey has over 17 years experience protecting creditor’s rights and litigating commercial, products liability, medical malpractice, insurance defense, premises liability, motor vehicle accidents and general casualty cases.  He has also handled over 10,000 Bankruptcy matters for financial institutions in Louisiana and Texas.
Licensed in all Louisiana & Texas Courts & Arkansas Federal Courts



ATTORNEY AT LAW

Since 1998, Greg Walsh has litigated a variety of civil and commercial cases, including life, health and disability insurance claims, ERISA claims, contract and lease disputes, premises liability claims, products liability claims, construction claims and casualty claims.  He has represented his clients in state and federal court, in individual suits and mass tort actions.  Greg also represents creditors in bankruptcy matters throughout Louisiana and Mississippi.
Licensed in all Louisiana & Mississippi Courts

ATTORNEY AT LAW

Mr. Mann has focused his efforts under the general heading of business law with particular emphasis in the fields of creditors’ rights, foreclosure law, and commercial litigation. He has also developed a significant portion of his practice in the areas of commercial loan transactions, asset-based lending negotiation and documentation, and creditors’ rights in bankruptcy court proceedings throughout Louisiana. Other areas of his practice include corporate formation and governance; mergers, acquisitions and sales; and wills and estate administration.

ATTORNEY AT LAW

Ms. Cahill manages the firm’s Dallas, Texas office. She has extensive experience in collections and loan workouts, general counsel work, commercial and post-judgment collections, consumer litigation, creditor’s rights/bankruptcy, real estate litigation and trusts and estates. As a Texas native, Ms. Cahill is committed to her community as a civic leader and volunteer.
Licensed & has Experience in all Texas State & Federal Courts.