Financial distress isn't always the fault of the debtor, but is sometimes the result of a series of circumstances beyond their control. Financial difficulties can be the result of unexpected job loss, economic downturn, illness, divorce, a dispute with a business partner, an unexpected personal injury or protracted litigation. At Riley Dever, we devise comprehensive workout strategies that help consumers and business owners experiencing financial difficulties, and help obtain a
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We help individual and consumer debtors with Chapter 7 bankruptcy and Chapter 13 bankruptcy relief from consumer and business debt, including mounting credit card debt, mortgage foreclosures, medical bills, tax problems, and collection actions. Because we can take quick action, our clients experience the fast and decisive relief that the bankruptcy "automatic stay" can bring to stop a foreclosure of your home, seizure of your business, attachment of your wages, and other type of creditor action and get you a "Fresh Start", free of past due debt and creditor harassment, while retaining all of your exempt property assets. Clients also receive in-depth legal counsel about recent, sweeping changes in bankruptcy law that went into effect on October 17, 2005.
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Chapter 11 Business Reorganization
The attorneys at Riley & Dever, P.C. has over twenty years of experience representing small and medium size businesses in reorganization cases under Chapter 11 of the United States Bankruptcy Code. We work with our business clients to help devise an overall reorganization strategy, including a financial plan to emerge from Chapter 11. Our skilled and specialized bankruptcy attorneys have successfully assisted several small businesses and individual business debtors in Massachusetts and New Hampshire reorganize their business affairs and remain in business under the protection of Chapter 11. Whether it's a threatened tax seizure, bank demand, or pressure from your trade creditors, our bankruptcy attorneys at Riley & Dever, P.C. will get your business the time and relief it needs to reorganize its affairs and emerge from Chapter 11 as a viable business. Call our offices and ask to meet with our qualified attorneys to discuss all the options available to you and your business.
At Riley Dever, our bankruptcy litigators handle bankruptcy litigation cases in the federal bankruptcy courts including:
We have over 25 years of bankruptcy litigation experiencing representing creditors, debtors, and bankruptcy trustees in litigation in the federal bankruptcy courts. Our bankruptcy litigation team has a proven successful record in trials conducted in the bankruptcy courts and will fight for you. We never hesitate to go to court to protect our clients' rights, and we help our clients approach bankruptcy litigation in a way that weighs the benefits and costs of court action.
- Preferential transfers
- Avoidance actions
- Trustee investigations
- Fraudulent transactions and transfers
- Adversary Proceedings
- Discharge actions
At Riley Dever, our experienced bankruptcy attorneys represent secured and unsecured creditors, including financial institutions and commercial landlords in all types of business and consumer bankruptcy cases filed under Chapter 11, Chapter 13, and Chapter 7 of the Bankruptcy Code. Whether its filing a proof of claim, attending a creditors meeting, seeking relief from the automatic stay, or opposing a discharge, let our qualified bankruptcy attorneys help you to enforce your rights as a creditor in a bankruptcy proceeding.
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When representing consumer debtors in connection with bankruptcy, Riley & Dever, P.C. is a debt relief agency as defined by the Bankruptcy Code, 11 USC ¬ß 101(12A)."