Though a bankruptcy case itself is not a litigation matter, many of the aspects of a bankruptcy may need to be litigated in Court. And though many bankruptcy attorneys are capable of representing clients throughout the course of seeing debt relief, they may not be equipped to argue the disputed points of the case in Court which need the attention of an experienced trial attorney.
If you are in need of qualified and experienced trial lawyers on your side, turn to our legal team at the Kridel Law Group. Our firm can use its extensive litigation and bankruptcy experience to your advantage. We have the experience in Bankruptcy Court that you need.
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Once you have filed for bankruptcy, you may be facing a number of creditors and other parties who are in dispute with you over the matter. Their goal is to get paid, instead of having the debts written off, and can initiate a contested matter.
A lawsuit in a bankruptcy case is called an adversary proceeding. Creditors may wish to contest the automatic stay that is in place once the bankruptcy is filed, in order to continue collection actions. A debtor may have to confirm a plan while creditors are objecting to the terms of the plan. Regardless of the situation, it is essential that you take action to protect yourself. Bankruptcy litigation is not something to handle on your own, as your future and finances are at stake.
In some instances, you may be able to use bankruptcy litigation to avoid several lawsuits. However, this can only be implemented in certain situations. It is important to discuss your specific case and concerns with our bankruptcy litigation lawyers to ensure that we are able to tailor the right solution for your case.
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