Connecticut Lawyer Assisting Business in Credit Disputes
Often in business we extend credit to individuals who are just not able to meet the agreed upon terms. In these times of economic turmoil, more businesses are feeling the pinch from customers who are unable to make payments for services or goods rendered. At the Law Office of Seth Jacoby , I can assist business clients in attempting to recover the funds owed before or after a debtor files for bankruptcy.
I work to find solutions to my clients' needs, and look for ways to have the debts they are owed converted to non-dischargeable debt during the Chapter 7 bankruptcy processes. This allows my clients to have the opportunity to collect even if the debtor's bankruptcy is approved. To discuss your current situation, please call me at 860-633-5529 today or complete my contact form .
What Can I Do for You?
I have experience on both sides of credit litigation, representing the creditor and the customers or clients to whom you have extended credit. This experience has given me solid insight into what each side is looking for and aides me in finding a favorable resolution to your situation.
I will assist you, the creditor, in filing a proof of claim during a debtors' bankruptcy proceeding in an attempt to preserve the funds you are owed. I will also defend any preference litigation commenced against you the creditor in which you may have been asked by the Bankruptcy Trustee to return money to the debtor's bankruptcy estate that was properly paid to you by the debtor just prior to its bankruptcy filing.
I will also file a Motion for Relief from Stay of the bankruptcy proceedings, giving creditors the right to continue repossession or whatever action they were currently engaged in regardless of when the bankruptcy was filed. This approach may allow a creditor to continue to seek repayment or protect its security though the debtor has filed for bankruptcy.
I will also counsel creditors as to their rights once they have been notified that a debtor has filed for bankruptcy with regard to fraudulent transfers, fraudulent conveyances and the commencement of adversary proceedings to determine the non-dischargeability of debts.
I Can Help.
If your business needs assistance in seeking repayment of a debt, please call 860-633-5529 or complete my contact form to speak to an experienced attorney today. I offer free consultations and cost effective representation.