Bankruptcy Court Litigation

NJ Bankruptcy Litigation AttorneysShapiro Croland represents debtors and creditors in all types of litigation conducted before the United States Bankruptcy Court for the District of New Jersey.

Our NJ bankruptcy litigation attorneys have substantial experience in handling complex litigation disputes in both New Jersey state courts and federal bankruptcy courts in Newark, Trenton, and Camden. Our in-depth knowledge of state and federal substantive and procedural laws enables our law firm to be an effective advocate for our clients who are facing litigation in the bankruptcy arena.

The types of litigation and other contested matters that our bankruptcy attorneys handle include:

We frequently represent out-of-state companies who are sued by bankruptcy trustees in New Jersey for preference and fraudulent conveyance claims.

NJ Bankruptcy Litigation Attorneys

Contact our experienced bankruptcy lawyers today to discuss your case, and one of our lawyers will respond to your inquiry within 24 – 48 hours.  For urgent matters, please contact us at (201) 870-4938.

Contact Us Today to Discuss Your Legal Matter.

For emergent matters, please call us at (201) 870-4938

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  • Contact Information

    411 Hackensack Avenue
    Hackensack, NJ 07601

    Phone Number
    (201) 870-4938


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