Bankruptcy & Creditor’s Rights

The firm’s bankruptcy section assists creditors, debtors, creditor’s committees, trustees, lenders, purchasers and parties to litigation in dealing with problems encountered in bankruptcy cases, as well as out-of-court workouts. The firm’s attorneys practice before bankruptcy courts across the state of Texas on a regular basis.

A few of the services which the firm can provide include:

  • Assisting secured creditors in seeking relief from the automatic stay or litigating treatment under plans of reorganization;
  • Representing secured creditors in cash collateral issues and realizing all recovery possible from their secured position;
  • Representing lessors in bankruptcy;
  • Representing businesses seeking to reorganize their debts under Chapter 11 or individuals seeking to reorganize their personal debts under Chapter 13;
  • Representing debtors in Chapter 7 bankruptcy cases;
  • Dealing with IRS and state tax liabilities in bankruptcy court;
  • Pursuing and defending bankruptcy litigation, including suits to recover preferences or fraudulent conveyances, objections to discharge or dischargeability and actions regarding enforcement and validity of liens; and
  • Helping purchasers acquire assets from bankruptcy estates.

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