At Dunn Lambert, LLC, our attorneys protect the rights of mortgage lenders and other secured creditors in bankruptcy cases.
We represent secured lenders in single-asset real estate cases. Often these cases develop as an adjunct to the foreclosure part of our practice.
We also represent secured creditors, unsecured creditors and landlords in Chapters 7, 11 and 13 Bankruptcy proceedings. We capably represent the rights of creditors in actions including:
- Pre-bankruptcy planning and strategies
- Lifting the automatic stay
- Debtor fraud and abuse
- Preference litigation
- Fraudulent conveyances and fraudulent transfers
- Insolvency and valuation disputes
- Reorganization plans
About Preference Actions Against Creditors
If a party files bankruptcy, certain payments made to creditors in the previous 90 days could be subject to a preference action. The debtor or bankruptcy trustee will attempt to get the payments back so they can be used to pay a portion of debts owed to all creditors.
When possible, we like to formulate a strategy for protecting creditors from the preference claims long before the bankruptcy filing. This proactive approach can significantly limit the exposure our clients have to preference claims.
Our bankruptcy and creditor rights lawyers advise clients who are working with a third party who is struggling financially. We represent secured and unsecured creditors. And we argue on our clients' behalf before the Bankruptcy Courts.
Contact Our Paramus Creditor Rights Attorneys
If you are looking for an experienced legal team to help protect your rights as a creditor, please contact Dunn Lambert, LLC, in Paramus, New Jersey today.