We are a full service bankruptcy firm that represents debtors, bankruptcy trustees, and creditors. We also represent third parties who find themselves caught up in bankruptcy litigation, through no fault of their own.
A non-bankruptcy dispute, such as a divorce or lawsuit concerning property, can wind up in the bankruptcy court. Often, a business partner, a family member or former spouse is also a creditor or a co-owner of property with the debtor. That person needs legal representation to ensure that his or her rights are protected. You may also find yourself defending a lawsuit brought by the bankruptcy trustee to recover payments or property you received from the debtor prior to a bankruptcy filing. Defenses may exist which would allow you to retain the payments or property.
If you find yourself in one of the aforementioned situations, please call us to chart the best course of action. The lawyers of Kim Gilbert Ebron have been on both sides of these kinds of cases and know very well how to best protect your interest.