Business Bankruptcy Litigation Attorneys in Cleveland
Bankruptcy proceedings can become adversarial. Our Business Litigation Group at Spangenberg Shibley & Liber LLP investigates and pursues litigation strategies that efficiently and intelligently seek to maximize recoveries and the available assets in a wide range of bankruptcies. We encourage you to contact a Cleveland business bankruptcy litigation lawyer from our team if you have questions about business-related bankruptcy actions.
Experience With Adversarial Bankruptcy Proceedings
Creditors’ committees and trustees, as well as bankruptcy filers themselves, have retained our bankruptcy litigation attorneys at Spangenberg Shibley & Liber LLP. We can pursue preference actions or claims asserted in a wide variety of adversary proceedings. We encourage you to contact us to discuss your case as soon as possible for more information about our services.
Types of Bankruptcy Litigation We Handle
A number of issues may arise during bankruptcy proceedings:
- Determining if a debt is dischargeable
- An order of confirmation for the type of bankruptcy you are filing
- A revocation of a discharge request
- Determination of the validity, extent, or priority of a lien in property (or another interest in property)
- Approval for the trustee to sell the interests of the co-owner's and debtors interests in property
- Obtaining an equitable relief such as an injunction
The Business Litigation Group at Spangenberg Shibley & Liber LLP evaluates and pursues claims that are aimed at returning money to the debtor or to his / her creditors, as well as claims aimed at eliminating debt. We have been retained and approved as special litigation co-counsel in bankruptcy courts in order to pursue litigation aimed at maximizing bankruptcy estate assets or recovery for creditors.
Count on Our Bankruptcy Lawyers in Cleveland to Fight for Your Rights
At Spangenberg Shibley & Liber LLP, our contingency fee-based arrangements have proven particularly well suited to the bankruptcy context, where preservation of the debtor’s assets is paramount. Bankruptcy courts have approved our contingency fee-based agreements. We encourage you to speak with an attorney from our firm to learn more about our flexible payment schedules and contingent fee policy.
History of Excellence
Our firm has been helping individuals since 1946 and has secured billions of dollars on behalf of our clients.
We go the distance for you and your future fight to obtain maximum compensation on your behalf.
Our trial attorneys have tried hundreds of cases and are not afraid to take your case to trial.
We offer one-on-one attention and detailed counsel. To us you are not just another case number.