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Hon. Andrew D. Christie, Chief Justice, Delaware Supreme Court

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Widener University School of Law, J.D., magna cum laude, 1989

University of Pennsylvania, B.S.E., 1986

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Virginia Whitehill Guldi

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Virginia Whitehill Guldi focuses her practice in bankruptcy law. She represents debtors from a range of industries in large, complex bankruptcy proceedings. She has also represented a number of secured creditors and other parties to bankruptcy and insolvency proceedings.  Her practice has a special focus on the protection of assets from creditor claims of affiliated businesses, and she is skilled at rapidly digesting documents in time-sensitive cases.

Ms. Guldi has a degree in finance from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. In addition, she holds a degree in chemical engineering from the University of Pennsylvania. Ms. Guldi earned her J.D., magna cum laude, from the Delaware Law School of Widener University in 1989. Ms. Guldi served as a law clerk to the Hon. Andrew D. Christie of the Delaware Supreme Court as a Wolcott fellow.

Professional Highlights

  • Ms. Guldi has represented high-net worth individuals in connection with protection of their assets from exposure to claims of third parties arising from the conduct of affiliated parties. Specifically, Ms. Guldi has successfully used the various state laws regarding exempt property to protect marital assets from the claims arising from the operation of a business by a husband.
  • Ms. Guldi has represented a corporate debtor in connection with the sale of its business and liquidation of its remaining assets for the benefit of creditors.
  • Ms. Guldi has represented a former corporate officer in connection with recovery under his separation agreement after a corporate takeover.
  • Successfully used the various state laws regarding exempt property to protect marital assets from the claims arising from the operation of a business by a husband.
  • Represented a corporate debtor in connection with the sale of its business and liquidation of its remaining assets for the benefit of creditors.
  • Represented a former corporate officer in connection with recovery under his separation agreement after a corporate takeover.

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