What do I do if someone who owes me money files bankruptcy?
It’s important that you take action and the right action if someone who owes you money files bankruptcy.
In order to be paid, you have to take certain actions in the bankruptcy case. One of the most elementary is to file a proof of claim in the bankruptcy case.
Even then, the debtor can object to the proof of claim. There are a lot of other things that need to be done in a bankruptcy case to ensure that a creditor’s paid. It probably makes good sense to hire a lawyer to handle those things for you.
- If I hire an attorney, am I just spending good money after bad?
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- Once a judgment is secured by the creditor against the debtor in court, what steps
- What are the elements of fraud?
- What are the rights of a secured creditor?
- What assets of a debtor are exempt from execution under Florida law?
- What deadlines, if any, are associated with my case?
- What do I do if someone who owes me money files bankruptcy?
- What do I do if someone will not return property that belongs to me?
- What does interference with contractual relations mean?
- What does it mean to quiet title?
- What is a partition lawsuit?
- What is a secured creditor?
- What is a summary judgment?
- What is an automatic stay and is there a way around it?
- What is fraudulent inducement?
- What is specific performance?
- What is the statute of frauds?
- What is your approach?
- What makes working with you different than other lawyers?
- What would your past clients say about you?
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- Who can ask for an accounting in a partnership or corporation?
- Why should I consider hiring you?
- Will I be paid if someone who owes me money files bankruptcy?
- Are there any procedures available to secure assets of a debtor before obtaining a judgment
- Can I be foreclosed upon for delinquent taxes?
- Can I recover my attorneys’ fees from the debtor?
- Does your firm collect in other states?
- How do you obtain relief from an automatic stay?
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- How long do I have to collect a debt?
- How long does it take to get a judgment against a debtor?