Creditor Rights Attorneys
The attorneys at Resnick Law are frequently called upon to represent clients who are creditors in bankruptcy proceedings. The filing of a bankruptcy by an individual or a business does not necessarily mean that all debts will be discharged.
For example, a debt may be nondischargeable because the debt was assumed in a divorce settlement, because the debt arose through fraud, tortious conduct, or a violation of the builders trust fund act, or for other reasons.
Under certain circumstances a debt may not be dischargeable in bankruptcy and proper objections can be filed to ensure that you are able to collect monies that you are owed.
In other circumstances, a bankruptcy trustee may be pursuing creditors for payments they received shortly before a bankruptcy filing, claiming that the payments were either a preference or a fraudulent transfer. We have successfully represented clients in defending against such claims by trustees.
Whatever the circumstances, the knowledgeable and skilled lawyers at Resnick Law can quickly assess the issue, and, if necessary, promptly and efficiently act on your behalf to preserve your rights.
For more information, call us at 248.642.5400 or contact us online.