The Law Offices of Donald J. Tobias has extensive experience in addressing the issues that result from the filing by the client’s borrower, or other entity with which the client has conducted business, of a bankruptcy petition. Together with the client, we develop economical and effective strategies to protect and preserve the client’s rights in the face of bankruptcy proceedings filed under Chapters 7, 11 and 13 of the Bankruptcy Code, including:
(a) the filing of motions to vacate the automatic bankruptcy stay;
(b) the filing of proceedings to challenge the debtor’s discharge or the dischargeability of specific debts;
(c) the assessment of the debtor’s disclosure statement and/or the feasibility of the debtor’s reorganization plan; and
(d) the defense to any claims to set aside, as preferential, pre-petition payments that have been made to the client.