BANKRUPTCY LITIGATION MATTERS
Most bankruptcy proceedings are accomplished without legal issues surfacing that require litigation. There are cases, however, usually more complex in nature, that require the litigation of technical issues or the rights and obligations of the parties in interest to be determined by the bankruptcy court.
Bankruptcy litigation matters fall into two categories:
* Contested matters
* Adversary proceedings
The first category generally involves routine disputes over bankruptcy rules and procedures. Examples of contested matters include:
* Objection to a motion for relief from the automatic stay.
* Objection to the terms of a Chapter 13 plan.
* Objection to a property exemption.
* Objection to a creditor's proof of claim.
* Cash collateral hearings.
The second category of bankruptcy litigation involves more complicated legal issues and factual circumstances. Examples of adversary proceedings include:
* Creditors objection to the discharge of creditors' debt.
* Trustee's objection to debtors discharge.
* Trustees' objection to debtors chapter 11 or 13 plan.
Keuling Law Firm LLC is prepared to represent creditors and debtors in these matters.
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