Our sister firm, Halavais & Associates, has extensive experience representing creditors in Bankruptcy Court.  Utilizing our attorneys will relieve you from having to retain separate counsel to address the bankruptcy and guarantees expeditious and efficient service.

Through Halavais & Associates, our attorneys regularly handle the following matters:

  • Obtaining relief from the automatic stay to allow the creditor to foreclose and obtain possession of the property;
  • Litigating objections to Chapter 13 plans of reorganization;
  • Preparing and filing Proof of Claim on behalf of creditors;
  • Litigating objections to the Disclosure Statements and Chapter 11 Plans;
  • Litigating applications objecting to use of cash collateral (rents) by a Debtor who owns income-producing property;
  • Litigating motions to dismiss or convert for failure to comply with the Bankruptcy Code;
  • Defense of lien avoidance actions and other adversary proceedings;
  • Defense of objections to creditor's Proof of Claim;
  • Representation of creditors on appeals to the Bankruptcy Appellate Panel, the District Court, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals and the United States Supreme Court.

The information provided on this website should not be construed as legal advice or legal opinion on any specific facts or circumstances.  The contents of this website are intended as general information only and is not specific legal advice, which can be given only after consideration of the facts of a specific situation.  Use of information on this web site does not establish an attorney-client relationship.  The hiring of a lawyer is an important decision that should not be based solely upon advertisements.

Before acting on any of the information in this publication, you should consult with an attorney for advice regarding your specific situation.