Protecting Creditors' Rights In Bankuptcy

The Law Office of Robert Braverman, LLC, represents creditors who wish to protect their rights regarding business and individual debtors in bankruptcy.

We are experienced and highly knowledgeable in complex Chapter 11 bankruptcy proceedings. We can explain how we can help you maximize your chances of recovering the money you are owed. Our firm will work to protect your interests to the fullest extent possible.

Call 856-254-2196 to arrange for a consultation to discuss your rights as a creditor.

Experienced Creditor Rights Law Firm

For more than 30 years, attorney Robert Braverman has represented creditors and debtors in business bankruptcy proceedings. We understand bankruptcy law and will use all means at our disposal to recover funds for you.

As a creditor, you should always remember that you have rights. The Law Office of Robert Braverman, LLC, will work to protect those rights and maximize your recovery.

What We Can Do

Each business bankruptcy case is unique. We will examine your situation and develop a strategy designed to recover the maximum amount possible.

The actions we can take on your behalf in a bankruptcy adversary proceeding include the following:

  • We can object to the discharge of all of the debtor's debts in cases where the debtor failed to disclose assets or misrepresented assets that were disclosed.
  • We can object to the discharge of a particular debt.
  • We can undertake discovery to uncover additional assets the debtor may possess.
  • We can ask the bankruptcy judge for further time to conduct our investigations.

Alternatively, it may make more sense for your company to avoid additional legal expense and cut your losses. If so, we will advise you accordingly.

Contact a Creditor Rights Lawyer

To arrange for a free initial consultation with the Law Office of Robert Braverman, LLC, about a creditor rights matter, call 856-254-2196 or send us an e-mail.

We serve clients in Southern New Jersey and the Philadelphia area from our offices in Cherry Hill, Mount Holly and Philadelphia.