Creditors’ Rights in Bankruptcy
The banking attorneys at Snellgrove, Langley, Culpepper, Williams & Mullally are committed to protecting the interests of creditors and have built a reputation on safeguarding such rights. Our goal is to secure payment of debt and minimize as much loss as possible when borrowers file for bankruptcy.
Before the bankruptcy discharge, we determine whether we can file and collect on a claim through the bankruptcy estate, evaluate options for avoiding or removing the automatic stay and explore possible reasons to challenge a bankruptcy discharge.
Our services for the bankruptcy process of Chapters 7, 11, 12 or 13 include:
- Protecting secured creditors
- Establishing claims
- Non-dischargeability issues
- Preference issues
- Reaffirmation agreements
- Claim objections
- Valuation disputes
- Representation in adversary proceedings
- Motions for relief from automatic stay and abandonment of property
Call us today to schedule your initial consultation. We’ll discuss protecting your rights and interests in business or consumer bankruptcy proceedings and determine the next step for securing payments and minimizing loss.