Macey Wilensky is a regional law firm based in Atlanta, Georgia that has been recognized as a leading firm in the areas of bankruptcy, creditors’ rights and financial services for almost seventy years. We provide the highest quality legal advice and representation to clients throughout the Southeast.
WHO WE ARE
Macey Wilensky is one of Atlanta’s premiere boutique law firms, representing many of Georgia’s leading financial institutions and companies in bankruptcy, litigation, real estate and other complex legal matters and strategic transactions. Our attorneys counsel many of the largest banks and credit unions in the South, and also frequently serve as advisors on regulatory issues affecting the financial industry.
The Firm also is renowned for its representation of commercial debtors in complex financial restructurings, workouts, bankruptcies, insolvencies and other matters involving financially distressed transactions. Our bankruptcy practice has been designated among the most preeminent in the Southeast, and our litigation and real estate law practices are regarded as among the legal industry’s finest.
Macey Wilensky has grown in large part because of its uncommon commitment to delivering high-quality service and developing long-term client relationships. Our approach to service begins by understanding our clients’ business goals. We then work to develop the resources necessary to help achieve them.
Mr. Hennings’ practice focuses on business reorganizations, liquidations, turnaround work and associated litigation… MORE
Mr. Wilensky has remained with the same firm for the past 43 years and has developed a reputation in the insolvency field… MORE
Mr. Stathopoulos has over 19 years of experience practicing in the areas of state and local taxation and economic development incentives… MORE
Kristi Stathopoulos has over 13 years of experience practicing in the area of taxation with a focus on state and local taxation and entertainment tax incentives… MORE
Surden represents commercial and residential mortgage lenders, creditors, receivers, and landlords at the trial and appellate level… MORE