Bankruptcy Is A Fresh Start
While many bankruptcy petitions are filed without any issues or disputes, in some cases litigation arises when a debtor is pursued by a creditor. It is important to realize that there is a very high standard to meet when proving nondischargeability of a debt. Attorney Fein has litigated these issues in the bankruptcy court for years and has successfully represented clients in many different types of nondischargeability issues. Bankruptcy filing can be stressful enough as it is — when litigation arises in wake of the proceeding, the situation can be immensely confusing.
If you are faced with bankruptcy litigation in the wake of filing, it is important to work with an attorney who is at home in the courtroom and who can aggressively protect your interests.
Massachusetts Adversary Proceeding Lawyer
Christopher J. Fein is prepared to put more than a decade of litigation experience to represent debtors in Chapter 7 and 13 bankruptcy cases. Mr. Fein will combine expertise, service, common sense and commitment to help you reach an ideal outcome regardless of legal complexity. When it comes to bankruptcy litigation, it is important to inform yourself of your rights as soon as possible so that you can take decisive action.
Reach out and schedule a consultation so that Mr. Fein can understand your goals and work toward a best possible outcome.
Business: Forced sale of portfolio of multimillion-dollar commercial property lacking valid contract
Legal malpractice: Recovered more than $180,000 in legal malpractice case involving bankruptcy
Civil and Business Litigation: Obtained judgment for homeowner against contractor for more than
Bankruptcy: Represented hundreds of individual and business debtors in legally eliminating millions of dollars in debt