Creditor Bankruptcy Representation in South Florida

Creditor Bankruptcy Representation in Cutler Bay

Need Creditor Bankruptcy Representation?

Are you a creditor? Are you looking for a law firm ready to fight to protect your rights in the bankruptcy arena aggressively? 

The Law Offices of Paul A. Humbert, P.L. is a boutique commercial litigation law firm located in Miami, Florida. We focus on our creditors’ rights practice, representing creditors in bankruptcy proceedings and other complex litigation matters. Our mission is to provide cost-effective legal services for our clients through the use of technology and the efficient management of cases. Our clients are banks, credit unions, finance companies, and other secured and unsecured creditors in bankruptcy cases throughout Florida.

We have experience as both creditors and debtors, which allows us to provide a unique perspective on these matters. Our team has handled cases in many industries, including manufacturing, construction, transportation and logistics, and healthcare. We’ve also represented individuals, partnerships, limited liability companies (LLCs), corporations, and government agencies in all aspects of litigation.

What Is Creditor Bankruptcy Representation?

At The Law Offices of Paul A. Humbert, P.L., we handle creditor bankruptcy representation in Miami-Dade County and Broward County, Florida. We don’t take it lightly when someone declares bankruptcy: it has far-reaching consequences for the company or individual involved but also for the creditors owed money by that company or individual. Put simply, we make sure your rights are protected.

One of our clients’ most common areas of need is creditor bankruptcy representation. If you’re a creditor, you’ll need an attorney to guide you through the process of getting your money. You may be a creditor in a Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy case or in an adversary proceeding.

Creditor bankruptcy representation includes:

* Filing proofs of claim for our clients.

* Advising clients about their options for enforcing their rights and collecting their collateral during the pendency of a bankruptcy case.

* Negotiating with debtors’ counsel to secure payment from the debtor or its estate or enforce our client’s property rights by obtaining a lift stay order or dismissing the case.

* Preparing documents necessary to pursue our clients’ claims against the debtor or its officers, directors, and affiliates.

Law Offices of Paul A. Humbert, P.L. |Creditor Bankruptcy Representation| South Florida

Do you run a business in South Florida? Has your company lent money to another company that has now filed for bankruptcy? 

The legal team at the Law Offices of Paul A. Humbert, P.L. is a group of commercial litigators located in Miami, Florida. Our law firm focuses on our creditor’s rights and commercial litigation practice, providing representation to clients in the areas of banking law, creditor’s rights litigation, small business bankruptcy, and business litigation. We have years of experience in representing small businesses, corporations, and individuals facing financial problems or creditors seeking payment on their debt.

Suppose you’re a creditor who has found yourself battling with a debtor over collection matters outside of the bankruptcy process. In that case, our attorneys are here to help you navigate the many legal complexities that often arise when attempting to obtain repayment of your debt.

We understand how much is at stake for you and your company, and we will work tirelessly to ensure that your interests are protected during every step of the process.

If you have any questions about creditor bankruptcy representation in South Florida, don’t hesitate to reach out! Feel free to call us at (844) 448-6237, or fill out our contact form on our website. We can’t wait to hear from you!

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