Bankruptcy is an administrative practice rather than a litigation based or adversarial practice. Bankruptcy Practice is, in effect, not a lawsuit, but a Federal Procedure filed under Title 11 of the United States Code.
Bankruptcy Litigation may take many forms, and will come from either a Creditor, Trustee or the Debtor. All forms of Bankruptcy Litigation will either be conducted by a Contested Matter or Adversary Proceeding.
When facing collection lawsuits, individuals can choose to defend these actions in court. In certain circumstances it makes sense for the client to defend civil actions in court when a creditor or collector sues the client.
We offer a free consultation on issues of insolvency and Bankruptcy relief. If you meet with us, you will meet with an attorney to discuss your options under Federal and State Law. You may email us or call us to request an appointment.
We are a Debt Relief Agency as defined by Federal Law pursuant to 11 U.S.C. et seq. We provide assistance to individuals to file for bankruptcy relief pursuant to the provisions of the United States Bankruptcy Code.