Our bankruptcy practice is devoted primarily to representing defendants of preference and fraudulent conveyance actions under Sections 547 and 548 of the Bankruptcy Code. Read More…


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Our Process

Our Simple Stages

Step 1

We draft, file, and serve an answer in the case.

Step 2

Second intake teleconference call. We do a second intake teleconference call to fill in missing information and to review with the client our progress on the Position Statement. We attend the initial status conference hearing in the case.

Step 3

Serve Position Statement. We serve our Position Statement on the plaintiff and begin negotiations to either dismiss the case with no payments or a reasonable payment depending on the strength of our case. We serve and respond to discovery demands as needed. We communicate with the client regarding the above typically by email.

Step 4

The conclusion of a case. Either we resolve the case with the plaintiff through our position statement or we prepare to litigate the case either with a motion for summary judgment to dismiss the case on record or, in rare circumstances, we begin preparation for trial. We may also choose to expand on our discovery demands. Mediation may also take place at this time if the court ordered. The last step, if the case has not been resolved through a Position Statement or by Mediation or a Motion for Summary Judgment is to prepare for a trial. 99% of our cases are resolved prior to trial.

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