CREDITORS’ RIGHTS IN BANKRUPTCY
At Weisel, Xides & Foerster of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, our bankruptcy practice is focused on the rights of creditors in and out of Bankruptcy Court. We protect the rights of both secured and unsecured creditors, representing creditors in all three of the principal chapters of the Bankruptcy Code — Chapter 7, Chapter 11 and Chapter 13.
Our Pittsburgh bankruptcy attorneys represent clients in whatever Bankruptcy Court proceedings are necessary including:
- Proof of Claim Proceedings
- Motions for Relief from Stay
- Objections to Claims
- Objections to Discharge
- Other motions and objections
We also file and serve documents for mortgage foreclosure and eviction in state court, in addition to obtaining relief from stay and other necessary actions in United States Bankruptcy Court.
Our bankruptcy attorneys have over 75 years of collective experience in representing creditors in Bankruptcy Court. We represent clients throughout Pennsylvania.
We help both individual and commercial clients to achieve their objectives by understanding and using the process of Bankruptcy Court. From the first notice of a bankruptcy filing until the approval of a plan granting discharge or dismissal of a case, our attorneys guide our clients through every step of the bankruptcy process.
We carefully explain the entire bankruptcy process to creditors who may not be familiar with it. Frequently a creditor who thought he won his case by obtaining a verdict or judgment is confronted by a sudden bankruptcy filing. This does not necessarily mean that the creditor will not be paid. We take all appropriate action, including motions for relief from stay, to achieve maximum recovery for our clients both in and out of bankruptcy court.
Contact our Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania bankruptcy lawyers at Weisel, Xides & Foerster today. (412) 471-4128
NOTE: Weisel, Xides & Foerster is a debt collection agency and does not represent residential tenants or individual debtors in bankruptcy.