Established in Harrisonburg in 1935.
Serving Harrisonburg, Staunton, Winchester and Nearby Areas of Virginia
Hoover Penrod attorney Hannah Hutman has been recognized by the American Bankruptcy Institute as one of the "40 Under 40" Emerging Leaders in Insolvency Practice. Honorees were selected by a steering committee of insolvency professionals who looked at a range of characteristics for each nominee including:
- Achievements in client representation
- Training and education
- Professional dedication
- Community service
- Personal integrity
- Sustained career progress
Attorney Hutman was selected from more than 200 nominees and was publicly recognized alongside other 40 Under 40 honorees at ABI’s 2018 Winter Leadership Conference.
“The goal of ABI’s “40 under 40” initiative is not simply to create a one-time ceremony, but to fully engage those selected as future leaders in the insolvency profession and to build on the initiative each year.”
About Attorney Hutman
Hannah Hutman represents individuals in bankruptcy proceedings and creditor negotiations in Harrisonburg and beyond. A member of the panel of Chapter 7 trustees for the Western District of Virginia, Attorney Hutman has an impressive record that includes assisting regional and national banks with restructuring obligations, asset liquidations, and foreclosure.
Attorney Hutman is AV Rated by Martindale-Hubbell and has been recognized as a Super Lawyer Rising Star in both Ohio and Virginia. If you are in need of a bankruptcy attorney in Harrisonburg or surrounding areas, please call 540-433-2444 to schedule your initial consultation with this exceptional attorney today.
About the ABI
Founded in 1982 and made up of more than 12,000 members, the American Bankruptcy Institute is the nation's largest association of insolvency professionals. Membership in the ABI is open to all bankruptcy professionals, including “attorneys, auctioneers, bankers, judges, lenders, professors, turnaround specialists, accountants and others,” and comes with access to continuing education opportunities and an impressive body of growing research in the bankruptcy field.
The ABI is a nonpartisan institute in which research and dedication to this area of practice have established both our members and leadership as experts in the field. ABI is frequently called on by Congress to conduct briefings for legislative staff, to analyze proposed bills, and to testify on matters related to bankruptcy law.
About Hoover Penrod PLC
Hoover Penrod PLC was established in 1935. Since that time, our attorneys have striven to provide the most effective legal representation for people living throughout the Shenandoah Valley. Our attorneys focus on various areas of practice, including family law, bankruptcy, personal injury, and real estate law, enabling us to meet the varied legal needs of people living in our community through litigation, mediation, arbitration, and collaborative law.
Dedicated and effective, our attorneys are here to listen to your story and provide you with honest information about your options. If you are in need of an attorney in or around Harrisonburg, call Hoover Penrod at 540-433-2444 to schedule a case review today.
Welcome to the website of Hoover Penrod PLC. Our experienced attorneys have been serving Harrisonburg, Staunton, Winchester, and surrounding areas of Virginia's Shenandoah Valley for over 75 years. We provide strategic legal guidance and representation in a wide range of practice areas, including:
- Family law
- Employment law
- Business and commercial law
- Wills and estate planning
- Real estate law
- Consumer litigation
- Personal injury law
Hoover Penrod's clients include individuals, small to mid-size businesses, real estate companies, insurance companies, and banks. We are dedicated to providing honest, creative, and effective legal solutions in every area of law. Our Harrisonburg attorneys commonly handle highly complex and difficult cases. Whenever possible, we strive to use mediation, collaboration, and other types of alternative dispute resolution to help our clients obtain maximum value with minimal conflict.