Bankruptcy cases are often wrought with anxiety. And now, you find your business dragged into an ancillary proceeding that adds a whole new layer of complication to your already-uncertain outlook. This can affect you whether you are prosecuting or defending against a bankruptcy-related suit. Any misstep on your end, or a failure to adequately litigate your claims or defenses will have damaging results to your business and your interests.
Our trial lawyers have the experience and acumen you need. They’re regularly tapped in adversary proceedings to act as trusted business advisors and are highly effective advocates for you and your business.
An adversary proceeding is a civil lawsuit that takes place within the bankruptcy process. It is an action separate from, but related to, an underlying bankruptcy case. Initiated to prevent the bankruptcy court from wiping out debts, or to deny a debtor’s bankruptcy discharge, adversary proceedings are typically challenging and rarely straightforward. Although these proceedings share important similarities with traditional litigation, they’re governed by a set of unique rules and complex procedures that require the attendance of a skilled and knowledgeable trial team.
Whether you’re a creditor, trustee, or the debtor, we’ll guide you through these proceedings, and work closely with your bankruptcy counsel to ensure you receive exceptional service. At their core, adversary proceedings are robust mini trials. And, at the core of your case, you’ll have a team of experienced trial lawyers who will give you the competitive edge you deserve to protect your business and your interests. See why H1 Law Group belongs on your team.
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H1 Law Group is a sophisticated litigation firm with a strong dedication to client advocacy and cost efficiency. Our attorneys are known for delivering outstanding service and commitment to our clients. We are regularly called upon to handle our clients’ most difficult and challenging litigation issues.