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Bankruptcy is a complex legal process that can be overwhelming for debtors and creditors alike. If you are facing financial challenges, it is important to understand your rights and options under the law. As experienced bankruptcy lawyers, we can help you navigate the bankruptcy process and protect your interests.
Objection to discharge under 11 USC 523
As a creditor, you have the right to file an objection to discharge under 11 USC 523 if you believe the debtor should not be relieved of their obligation to repay non-dischargeable debts. We can help you file a valid objection and protect your right to collect outstanding debts.
Revocation of discharge under 11 USC 727
If you believe the debtor obtained their discharge through fraud or other fraudulent activities, you have the right to file a motion to revoke discharge under 11 USC 727. Our legal team can help you pursue this option and ensure you receive the repayment you are entitled to.
Objections to a Chapter 11 Plan
As a creditor in a Chapter 11 bankruptcy, you have the right to object to the debtor’s reorganization plan if it unfairly favors certain creditors over others or does not provide for adequate repayment of your debts. Our lawyers can assist you in filing a valid objection and protecting your interests in the bankruptcy process.
Filing and prosecution of a claim in bankruptcy
If you are a creditor seeking repayment from a debtor, it is important to file a proof of claim in bankruptcy and attend any necessary hearings or proceedings. Our legal team can help you navigate this process and ensure you receive the repayment you are entitled to under the law.
Conversion of a Chapter 11 reorganization to Chapter 7 liquidation
If the debtor is unable to successfully reorganize their finances in a Chapter 11 bankruptcy, you may have the option to file a motion to convert the case to a Chapter 7 liquidation. Our lawyers can assist you in pursuing this option and ensure you receive the maximum recovery possible.
Involuntary Chapter 7 bankruptcy
If the debtor is not capable of repaying their debts, you may have the option to file a petition for involuntary Chapter 7 bankruptcy. Our legal team can help you determine if this option is appropriate for your situation and guide you through the process to ensure you receive the repayment you are entitled to.
Contact The McMillan Law Firm, APC
At our law firm, we have extensive experience in bankruptcy law and can help you protect your rights and interests in the bankruptcy process. Contact us today to schedule a consultation and learn more about your legal options.