Bankruptcy: Creditor Representation
Bankruptcy Attorneys Creditors Rights New Jersey
With more than 20 years experience, our New Jersey bankruptcy attorneys represent a variety of creditor interests in Chapters 7, 11 & 13 bankruptcy court proceedings in the United States Bankruptcy Court for the District of New Jersey – Camden, Newark, and Trenton.
Our creditors’ rights practice includes trials in the Bankruptcy Court on matters ranging routine to complex issues, including challenging bankruptcy filings on grounds of bad faith, commencing involuntary bankruptcy filings on behalf of unsecured creditors, representing landlords to recouping rent or recovering possession, representing secured lenders, and representing creditors in objections to discharge or to dischargeability of a debt or judgment.
The types of clients that our bankruptcy attorneys represent as creditors include:
- Financial institutions, banks, credit unions, and other institutional lenders.
- Equipment lessors
- Corporate officers and shareholders of Chapter 11 corporate debtors
- Spouses in divorce disputes involving payment of spousal support.
- Secured Creditors
- Unsecured Creditors
Our creditor representation also includes prosecuting and defending adversary proceeding litigation such as defending avoidable preference and fraudulent conveyance claims brought by bankruptcy trustees, and representing institutional lenders and investors in efforts to restructure debt and equity through informal workout negotiation.
We also represent creditors in bankruptcy court in the following types of matters:
- Relief from relief from stay motions
- Motions to dismiss bad faith bankruptcy filings
- Cash collateral motions
- Actions to foreclose security interests or mortgages and for replevin of personal property.
- Actions to recover funds or property
- Prosecution of injunction proceedings to protect property and other intangible interests from infringement by debtors.
- Representing the interests of parties seeking to acquire assets at bankruptcy auctions and sales
- Involuntary bankruptcy filings
- Non-dischargeability proceedings and actions to object to discharge