A Top New Hampshire Commercial and Debt Law Attorney


Broad Legal Experience for Efficient Resolution 

Marc W. McDonald gets matters resolved economically and efficiently.  When cases need action, he moves them decisively to settlement or trial as appropriate.

Marc has deep experience in complex matters and litigation, appearing in many bench and jury trials in New Hampshire state civil courts.  Having made many appeals before the New Hampshire Supreme Court, Marc is also expert in all kinds of contract dispute, including:

  • All Aspects of Bankruptcy Litigation

  • Debtor-Creditor issues

  • Non-Compete and Non-Disclosure Agreements

  • Partnership, LLC and Closely-Held Corporation Disputes

  • Collections and Foreclosures

  • Defense from Collection Attempts


Marc excels for his clients in areas of the law other attorneys find intimidating, such as:


  • Adversary Proceedings in Bankruptcy

  • Pursuit of Preference Claims

  • Fraudulent Transfers

  • Prosecuting or Defending Debtors Receiving Discharge

  • Jury Trials in State and Federal Court

Marc W. McDonald
Attorney Capability Summary


Practice areas

  • Bankruptcy representation of creditors, trustees and debtors in troubled debt

  • Foreclosure and related matters


Admitted to the Bar

  • New Hampshire, 1986

  • Massachusetts, 2000

  • U.S. District Court for the Court of New Hampshire, 1986



  • Boston College Law School, Juris Doctor, 1986, cum laude

  • Stonehill College, Bachelor of Arts, 1982, summa cum laude


Associations & memberships

  • New Hampshire Bar Association

  • Massachusetts Bar Association

  • American Bankruptcy Institute (ABI)

© 2019 by Ford, McDonald, McPartlin & Borden P.A. 


10 Pleasant Street, Suite 400

Portsmouth, NH 03801-4551




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Direct Phone
Edmond J. Ford   -  603-373-1737
Marc W. McDonald  -  603-373-1761
Richard K. McPartlin  -  603-373-1721
Ryan M. Borden  -  603-373-1613