Bankruptcy Litigation Attorneys in South Jersey
Experienced Representation of Debtors and Creditors in Bankruptcy Controversies
Is a bankruptcy trustee, Chapter 13 debtor, or creditor’s committee demanding that you refund a payment received from a customer who has filed for bankruptcy, as a “preferential transfer”? Or is the claim that a payment, gift or transfer you received is a “fraudulent transfer? These types of claims are all too common but cannot be ignored. If you’re involved in these or another bankruptcy dispute, as a debtor or a creditor, you want an attorney with experience handling these types of disputes before a judge and jury.
At the office of Neuner & Ventura, LLP, in Marlton, we bring more than 30 years of practice experience to individuals and businesses throughout South Jersey. Attorney Steven R. Neuner has been a bankruptcy trustee for more than 24 years and is certified as a business bankruptcy lawyer by the American Board of Certification. We have extensive experience in the courtroom, representing both debtors and creditors in a wide range of bankruptcy disputes. We recognize that every legal issue is unique and we’ll take the time to learn the specific details of your situation.
Our Bankruptcy Litigation Practice
Representing debtors and creditors
Three specific topics
- Preferences – typically creditor who is asked to return payment received within certain time frame prior to bankruptcy filing
- Fraudulent transfers — usually debtor who has transferred assets to a third party with intent to hinder delay or defraud creditors, or without receiving reasonably equivalent value in exchange.
- Non-dischargeability of debt—attempts by debtors to discharge debts that cannot or should not be discharged
Represent you throughout the process
- Gather and preserve evidence
- Be your advocate at all hearings, meetings or court proceedings
- Develop defenses.
- Help achieve a fair, quick and efficient settlement or other resolution
Contact Our Experienced Bankruptcy Litigation Attorneys
We have the experience, skill, knowledge and resources to successfully resolve your bankruptcy dispute. Call Neuner & Ventura at 856-596-2828 or send us an e-mail to schedule an appointment. There is no charge for your first consultation. However, we reserve the right to charge a fee to review any work done by another attorney. Evening and weekend appointments can be scheduled upon request.