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Adversary Proceedings in Bankruptcy

We Take On Complex Cases. We Do Hard Things.

Adversary proceedings — which are essentially lawsuits filed in bankruptcy court — are far more complicated than a regular lawsuit. They tend to be lengthy and complex, and different rules apply in federal bankruptcy court than in state court. For that reason, many lawyers do not handle adversary proceedings.

However, adversary proceedings may be necessary to resolve important issues or remedy problems. For example, if a debtor has any hope of discharging student loan debt, an adversary proceeding is required.

Additionally, those who file bankruptcy may find themselves sued by objecting creditors who claim that fraud makes their debts non-dischargeable (meaning the debt survives the bankruptcy).

At Norred Law PLLC, we provide representation for both creditors and debtors in adversary proceedings. Our founding attorney possesses in-depth understanding of the procedural intricacies and strategic nuances of litigating important issues in bankruptcy court.

Adversary proceedings typically involve critical issues that may be central to the bankruptcy such as:

  • Litigating whether certain debts can be eliminated
  • Determining whether student loans can be discharged
  • Remedying foreclosure errors
  • Ascertaining whether the bankruptcy was filed in bad faith
  • Deciding whether creditors violated certain provisions of the Bankruptcy Code, which may entitle the debtor to damages

How We Can Help

At Norred Law PLLC, we are not afraid to take on complex cases. We do hard things so you don't have to shoulder the burden on your own.

Our firm provides personalized service for businesses and individuals. We do not push clients toward one particular solution; instead, we take the time to become familiar with the details of each client's situation. When you look to us for legal counsel, you can expect accessible and responsive representation.

Our firm thrives on quality rather than quantity. This core value permeates all of our areas of practice, including adversary proceedings.

Contact a Bankruptcy Adversary Proceeding Attorney

Call Norred Law PLLC at 817-704-3984 to speak with our Arlington office about adversary proceedings. We are not limited to that location, however, and will travel to meet with you at a place convenient, whether it is Dallas, Fort Worth, or Denton. You can also contact us online. We look forward to assisting you.

We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.

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