Attorney at Law
P: (972) 869-9026
F: (504) 568-0519
Beverly Cahill was raised in Fort Worth, Texas. She graduated from Texas Christian University in 1998 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Political Science. During college, she worked for Tim Truman, Standing Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Trustee for the Fort Worth Division of the Northern District of Texas. Upon graduation from TCU, she attended Baylor University School of Law, graduating in 2001. Beverly was a Senior Editor for the Baylor Law Review. Upon graduation from Baylor, Beverly went to work for a creditors’ rights and commercial litigation firm in Dallas and ultimately managed the firm’s bankruptcy section. In 2010, she went to work for a Dallas law firm and practiced in the areas of transactions and corporate restructuring and workouts. She is licensed in all Texas state and federal courts.
Beverly has experience in a wide variety of civil and commercial litigation matters involving issues and claims relating to consumer protection, real estate, title disputes, construction law and individual suits in federal and state courts. She represented a Fortune 100 company sued for violations of the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, the Texas Debt Collection Practices Act, and the Texas Finance Code, along with violations of a bankruptcy discharge injunction. She has also represented multiple finance providers in actions to recover collateral in state court sequestration proceedings and bankruptcy courts across the state of Texas. Beverly further has experience in corporate transactional work, including the representation of a secured lender in connection with the issuance of a $9MM floor plan financing deal for luxury vehicle inventory.
At The Sundmaker Firm, Beverly has supplemented her own litigation and transaction practice with the firm’s commercial litigation practice, representing financial institutions as national, regional and local counsel throughout the Texas bankruptcy courts.
Beverly is a member of the Dallas Bar Association and International Women’s Insolvency and Restructuring Confederation. Beverly takes great pride in serving her community through volunteer hours and gifts. She has served the Junior League of Dallas as a Board Member, as well as the 2014-2015 Ball Chair. She has also served on the Auxiliary Boards of Genesis Women’s Shelter and Community Partners of Dallas.