When bill collectors don't respect the rights of people who file or have filed bankruptcy, I can bring a separate lawsuit in the bankruptcy court called an adversary proceeding to enforce their rights to fair and honest treatment, including not to have bills collected without bankruptcy court permission.
Some people who have done business with companies that have filed bankruptcy can be sued to give money back for the business's other creditors. The adversary proceedings are called fraudulent transfer or preference suits. The law provides many defenses to these suits. If you've received a bankruptcy summons or a letter from a bankruptcy trustee or lawyer, I can help.
If you want a hard-fighting experienced lawyer for your bankruptcy lawsuit, give me a call at (410) 929-2440 for a free consultation.