A Douglas County Bankruptcy Attorney Can Defend His Client In An Adversary Proceeding

If any party involved in a bankruptcy action chooses to, he may file a separate lawsuit against another interested party to recover damages that he believes he is entitled to.

The bankruptcy trustee for instance, may bring suit if he suspects that the debtor has secretly, and illegally transferred undeclared money, or property, within two years of filing for bankruptcy.

The defendant, and his Douglas County bankruptcy attorney will be made aware of the complaint brought against him, and will be given time to respond. The bankruptcy court judge will then hear arguments, and make a ruling.

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