Northbrook Bankruptcy Litigation Attorneys
Fighting For You And Your Financial Future
In some bankruptcy cases, it becomes necessary to pursue litigation to resolve more complex matters. At the Bach Law Offices, Inc., we represent debtors, both businesses or individuals, in valuation disputes, malpractice and fraudulent claims, liability claims, and other issues.
No matter how complicated or daunting your situation might seem, our skilled bankruptcy litigation attorneys are prepared to face the issue head-on. Our goal is to help you move forward with greater financial freedom, and we have the experience and through knowledge of bankruptcy law to help you do just that.
If you are looking for a savvy and dedicated litigator for your bankruptcy case, look no further than the Bach Law Offices, Inc.. We work tirelessly to arrive at a positive outcome for our clients. Contact us today to discuss your case.
Bankruptcy Litigation Issues
The following are examples of disputes that can arise during bankruptcy and require litigation. We are equipped to represent debtors in the following cases, among others:
Automatic Stay Violations – If a creditor has attempted to collect debt after the debtor has filed for bankruptcy, the debtor may choose to sue the creditor. After filing for bankruptcy, debtors are protected by the automatic stay, which prohibits creditors from collecting debt anymore.
Disputes over discharge ability of debts – A creditor may challenge the court’s decision to discharge certain debts. Likewise, a debtor may challenge the court’s decision to regard a debt as nondischargeable.
Claims objections – If a creditor presents false information on his or her proof of claim, the debtor can file an objection. A hearing date will be set, and if the creditor fails to respond within 30 days of the hearing, the debtor’s objection will be upheld. If the creditor does respond, the matter will be brought before the bankruptcy judge.
Fraudulent Transfers – A fraudulent transfer occurs when a debtor transfers property during the bankruptcy process in an attempt to defraud creditors. This might involve hiding assets or doing anything to encumber the process of collection. We represent and defend the rights of debtors who have been accused of fraud.
Valuation Disputes – If a company files for bankruptcy, it is necessary to properly valuate all of the business’ assets to determine what can be repaid to creditors. The matter can be brought to litigation if there are disagreements regarding the proper valuation of these assets.
We Care About Your Future – Call The Back Law Offices Today At (847) 440-5998!
The Northbrook bankruptcy litigation lawyers at the Bach Law Offices, Inc. prioritize their clients’ needs above all else, and develop unique strategies for every case. We are responsive and cooperative, making sure to keep you informed throughout every step of the process and working around your schedule for your convenience.
You can expect to be treated with respect and dignity at our firm; no matter what bankruptcy matter you are going through, we will approach your case with a non-judgmental attitude and fight for your best interests.