Litigation in Bankruptcy
The Bankruptcy Adversary Proceeding
Adversary proceedings is the term for a lawsuit in bankruptcy court. Learn more about this unique process.
Fraudulent Conveyance Litigation
A bankruptcy trustee can sue individuals in bankruptcy court for fraudulently transferring assets.
Lien Avoidance in Bankruptcy
Lawsuits in bankruptcy often focus on lien disputes.
Bankruptcy Denial of Discharge Lawsuit
A creditor or the bankruptcy trustee can seek to deny you your bankruptcy discharge. Become aware of this risk.
Bankruptcy Non-Dischargeability Lawsuit
A creditor or the bankruptcy trustee may also file a lawsuit against you so that the debt you owe to them is not discharged in the bankruptcy.
What if I am Sued in Bankruptcy?
Being sued is never a good thing. But in bankruptcy, being sued can take on an unexpected twist.
Denial of the Bankruptcy Discharge
Probably the worst outcome of a bankruptcy is if your discharge is denied. Learn more about the process so you can avoid it!
Exceptions to Bankruptcy Discharge Lawsuit
You can be sued in bankruptcy court to determine a certain debt or debts is not dischargeable. Learn more about this type of lawsuit.