Bankruptcy As A Creditor
Finances can cause a major stress on your day-to-day life. For some, bankruptcy may be the best option. Our firm is here to help you make fair and informed decisions. McKenna, DuPont, Higgins & Stone has helped clients throughout New Jersey and can help you, too.
Our firm represents creditors statewide for bankruptcy. We have over 50 federal unions as clients. We also assist creditors who need help filing for foreclosure. Together we will honestly assess your case and determine all of your options. We are determined to find you the best possible result.
What Do I Do If I Receive A Bankruptcy Notice?
If you are a creditor and receive a bankruptcy notice, getting legal advice is in your best interest. You have certain responsibilities and most people are unaware of what they are. In general, here are some guidelines:
- Stop all collection activities, including phone calls, emails and letters
- Prepare your proof of claim, if any
- Attend the meeting of creditors, where debtor must be present
- File objections to your discharge
Failure to do any of these things may have an impact on the debt you are owed. Our firm keeps your best interests at heart and will help you every step of the way. Don’t face the complicated legal system alone.