Bankruptcy Litigation Attorney in Aurora
Professional Legal Services for Clients in Denver & Surrounding Areas
Unlike most bankruptcy firms that focus exclusively on transactional matters,
Consumer Law Pro provides bankruptcy litigation services to both creditors and debtors.
Even the most routine bankruptcy cases may involve matters which must
be resolved through litigation. Through our broad and in-depth knowledge
of bankruptcy laws, we can spot potential issues upfront and advise clients
Dedicated primarily to practicing bankruptcy law, Consumer Law Pro has
more than a decade of experience dealing with all aspects of bankruptcy,
including contested matters and adversarial proceedings. When you work
with our Aurora bankruptcy litigation lawyer, you will have direct, one-on-one
access to a professional whose sole aim is to resolve your case as efficiently
as possible while achieving your legal goals.
Contact Consumer Law Pro online or call
(303) 622-3833 to discuss the details of your litigation matter today.
Bankruptcy Litigation Cases
Bankruptcy litigation generally falls into two categories: contested matters
and adversarial proceedings. Contested matters generally start out as
simple disputes regarding the bankruptcy process. However, if not resolved
quickly, they can grow more complicated and become an adversarial proceeding.
Contested matters can include such issues as:
- Requests to extend or dismiss the automatic stay
Object to or modify an existing
Chapter 13 plan
- Object to a specific property exemption
- Object to a claim for payment from a creditor
- Request some other action by the court through an objection or the filing
of a motion
Both sides can present their case in a hearing with the judge who then
rules on the matter.
Adversarial proceedings are separate lawsuits that stem from bankruptcy.
They generally involve disputes that must be handled separately, such
as seeking injunctions to stop various activities, making an objection
to a specific debt discharge, deciding whether a debt is dischargeable,
and other issues.