Protecting Creditor Rights In Bankruptcy Court
Safeguard Your Interests When A Debtor Files For Bankruptcy
If a debtor files for bankruptcy, we can analyze your claim and determine whether some percentage of recovery is available. If litigation is required, our attorneys can protect your rights through negotiation and decisive litigation.
We provide a variety of services for national and international creditors that include:
Filing proofs of claim
Objecting when unfavorable bankruptcy plans are proposed
Moving to except our clients’ claims from discharge
Moving to vacate collection-related stays and to continue foreclosures, replevin actions and repossessions
Negotiating debt repayment plans and reaffirmations of debt
Litigation of preference disputes
With the approval of the bankruptcy court, some creditors can even continue collections during the bankruptcy process. Our representation includes litigation to prove your claim is still collectible and obtain court approval to collect.
Take Action When Debtors Commit Bankruptcy Fraud
In the case of a debtor who engaged in fraudulent activities regarding the debt in question, the debt may not be allowed to discharge in bankruptcy. Such activities include filing false financial statements, failure to disclose all assets, fraudulently conveying the property to remove it from their list of assets and misusing deposits given by a creditor for a particular purpose.
At Marinstein & Marinstein, we are experienced collections law attorneys with the knowledge and resources to mount an effective investigation and expose the fraud. If fraud is a possibility in your debtor’s bankruptcy, we can discover it and develop a case to prove it.
Contact Our Law Firm Today
The attorneys at Marinstein & Marinstein, Esqs., PLLC, pride themselves on providing personal service and a hands-on approach. We work closely with clients to understand their needs and their goals. Flexible appointment scheduling is available and is accessible to you immediately, or we will respond immediately to your call.
To schedule a free consultation with a creditors’ rights attorney, contact Marinstein & Marinstein. We can help you take the legal action you need to protect your claim and your rights. Call 518-274-5034