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Heather A. Macre

Bankruptcy Attorney

Rated by Super Lawyers 

 

40 Under 40 Class of 2015

 

Helping Businesses Stay in Business. Heather Macre explains how Aiken Schenk bankruptcy attorneys help companies reorganize their debts and stay in business, sometimes more profitably than before.

See more videos by Heather Macre below-right.

Practice Areas

Commercial Litigation

Health Care Law

Bankruptcy and Bankruptcy Litigation

Article

"What Happens in Delaware Doesn’t Stay in Delaware: The Rural/Metro Decision’s Wider Impact on Advisors," January 2016

Education

J.D., University of Florida, 2005: Articles Editor, Journal of Law and Public Policy; Research Editor, Journal of Technology Law and Policy

B.A., Anthropology and Classical Studies, University of Florida, 2001

birthplace

Winter Park, Florida

Recent Matters

 
  Heather Macre: Skilled in Litigation, Healthcare Law and Bankruptcy, and Elected and Volunteer Civic Leadership

 

Attorney Heather Macre's law practice encompasses commercial litigation, healthcare law and bankruptcy.

Heather’s bankruptcy practice focuses on representing debtors, who benefit from her experience in representing secured and unsecured creditors in a number of complex, high-profile cases, including the Phoenix Coyotes and Mortgages Ltd. bankruptcies. Her bankruptcy experience includes Chapter 7, Chapter 11 and Chapter 13 bankruptcies, complex bankruptcy motion practice, and bankruptcy-related litigation and appeals.

In her health care law practice, Heather represents and advises physicians and medical groups in business, employment, contractual and regulatory issues.

The three-time Super Lawyers Rising Stars selectee has served as an attorney and lobbyist for the Mental Health Unit for Maricopa County's Office of the Public Advocate.

Very active in the community, Heather is a publicly elected member of the Central Arizona Conservation District Board of Directors (2013-2019). The CAWCD board oversees the operations of the Central Arizona Project, a 336-mile system of aqueducts, tunnels, pumping plans and pipelines that provides about 1.5 million acre-feet of Colorado River water per year to Pima, Pinal and Maricopa counties.

Heather also serves as Professional Development Chair for Phoenix Suns Charities 88, a group comprised of 88 professionals who work collectively to give back to the community through the philanthropic power of Phoenix Suns Charities.

Her recent community involvement also includes past service as an Arizona Democratic Party State Committee member and a member of the board of directors of NARAL Pro-Choice Arizona and Friends of the Sonoran Desert National Monument.

In recognition of her professional and civic activities, Heather was selected as a member of the Phoenix Business Journal's "Forty Under Forty" Class of 2015.

Honors and Awards

Super Lawyers Rising Stars, 2014-2016

"40 Under 40," Class of 2015, Phoenix Business Journal

Professional Memberships

State Bar of Arizona

Florida Bar

Arizona Bankruptcy American Inn of Court

Arizona Association of Health Care Lawyers

Presentations

“All Things Exciting in the World of Bankruptcy Today!” (faculty), State Bar of Arizona Annual Convention, June 2016

Court Admissions

Arizona, 2008

U.S. Court of Appeals, Ninth Circuit, 2008

U.S. District Court, District of Arizona, 2008

Florida, 2006

U.S. District Court, Middle District of Florida, 2006

More Bankruptcy Videos by Heather Macre

Avoiding Bankruptcy

Alternatives to Bankruptcy

When Bankruptcy Is the Right Option

Types of Bankruptcy

Steps Before Filing Bankruptcy

How to File Bankruptcy

What Happens After You File Your Bankruptcy Petition?

What Debts Will Be Discharged in Bankruptcy?

What Debts Are Not Dischargeable in Bankruptcy?

Exempt Property in Bankruptcy: What You Get to Keep