Bankruptcy trustees, debtors-in-possession, and in some instances creditors and creditor committees have the power to avoid and recover assets transferred to third parties or insiders that may be avoidable under state or federal law.  This highly technical area of law requires attorneys with an in-depth understanding of the many nuances of avoidance litigation and defenses to such actions, and experience pursuing such actions in state and federal court, including bankruptcy court.  

We have litigated multiple avoidance actions, including actually and constructively fraudulent transfers, preferential transfers, and unauthorized post-petition transfers.  Our extensive experience representing trustees, and debtors-in-possession, creditors, and creditor committees is invaluable to clients who are forced to defend against avoidance actions.  We prioritize quickly gaining a comprehensive understanding of the merits of each case to formulate the optimal strategy for resolving the action in the most efficient and favorable outcome possible. 

Reassuring, articulate, knowledgeable, and effective. They made the process so much easier and gave me peace of mind in a stressful but successful outcome.