At Phillips & Angley, we protect the rights of creditors, lenders and businesses when their debtors file bankruptcy. Our attorneys are experienced in protecting the interests of secured creditors, and we help creditors maximize their recovery.
Because not all debts can be discharged through bankruptcy, there are debt collection and enforcement options even after bankruptcy has been filed. When debtors seek protection in bankruptcy proceedings, our attorneys are experienced in protecting the interests of secured creditors. Through our zealous representation, we help ensure our clients are not the victims of bankruptcy fraud, and we can pursue numerous actions, including:
- Objections to confirmation
- Motions for relief from the stay
- Collateral evaluation issues
- Motions to assume or reject executory contracts
- Negotiation of treatment of claims
- Nondischargeability actions
Contact Our Debt Collection Law Firm
Just because a debtor files bankruptcy does not mean creditors are out of options for collecting what they are owed. Learn more about the counsel our lawyers provide by requesting an initial consultation.We can be reached by calling 617-892-4391 or by completing an online contact form.