Other Forms of Support We Offer
In addition to adversary proceedings, we help our clients with a number of other scenarios, including:
- Fraudulent conveyance actions – If you have recently transferred funds to a third party, bankruptcy trustees might claim that you are trying to avoid creditors’ due collection—even if you are sending an innocent gift to a family member or friend.
- Nondischargeability actions – Certain forms of criminal behavior, such as misrepresentation or fraud, can bar you from the fresh start of bankruptcy. Creditors may use your record to prevent you from obtaining debt forgiveness.
- Objections to discharge – These are similar to nondischargeability actions, but the penalty would involve barring the defendant from obtaining a discharge of any debt.
- Preferential transfer actions – This protects creditors who are in danger of losing payments when a debtor was designated as insolvent. It safeguards them from being accused of preferential transferal allegations in the scenario where creditors did not know a business was failing and concealing its inability to pay back its debts.