Attending Bankruptcy 341 Meetings
Upon receiving a notice of bankruptcy filing by a debtor, many creditors simply ignore the notice and treat the 341 creditor’s meeting as a foregone conclusion. This is often the best opportunity, however, for a creditor to challenge the debtor’s conveyance regarding available liquid assets and the inability to repay a debt.
If you have a debtor filing bankruptcy in a Texas bankruptcy court, talk to an attorney at the law firm of Kaplan & Cruz, PLLC, before deciding to ignore the meeting of creditors. We offer a full range of services, including in-depth investigation into the debtor’s assets and possible fraud regarding the amount of debt owed and to whom.
From offices in Dallas, Kaplan & Cruz, PLLC, lawyers provide creditors’ rights services for national and international creditors whose debtors have filed for bankruptcy in a Texas court.
Is It So Important To Attend?
When a debtor files for bankruptcy, it is never in the creditor’s best interest to simply roll over and give up the money owed on a contract. Armed with the facts about the debtor’s available assets and financial prospects, challenging the discharge or reduction of debt can mean the difference in thousands of dollars recovered or left in the hands of the court.
Our experienced attorneys will serve as your eyes and ears in the 341 hearing, reviewing the financial reports and challenging the debtor’s request for dismissal or restructuring. Armed with facts about the debtor’s available assets, you will have the upper hand in pursuing an adversary hearing or collections judgment against your debtor.
Let Us Protect Your Rights In A Bankruptcy
Our legal team represents national and international clients who are involved in debt collections or judgment litigation with debtors anywhere in Texas. We welcome the opportunity to review your case and provide a straightforward assessment of what you might expect.