Collecting From a Bankrupt Debtor
Relief From The Automatic Stay
After the filing of a bankruptcy case, a creditor that seeks to foreclose on a debtor’s property or take other kinds of actions against a debtor or her property, needs to seek permission from the bankruptcy court to do so under 11 U.S.C. Section 362. Our attorneys represent individuals and small business creditors that need to proceed with collection actions. We also assist our debtor clients in defending against such actions. There are many nuances and pitfalls regarding what creditors can and cannot do during the course of a bankruptcy case. We can help determine the proper course of action for either party.