Why You Need a Creditor's Right Attorney
As a creditor, you already know it’s tough to collect an unpaid debt. A bankruptcy filing by the debtor only entangles that process. Creditors have specific legal rules to follow once a debtor files for bankruptcy, and they carry significant penalties if they’re broken. For instance, a creditor could end up owing the debtor money if they pursue payment after receiving notification of a bankruptcy filing. Creditors must work with the bankruptcy court to try to get paid. That’s where a creditor’s rights attorney comes in. We’ll help you sift through complicated bankruptcy laws to give you the best shot at collecting as much as possible on an unpaid debt, including submitting documents to the bankruptcy court on your behalf.