Bankruptcy Litigation

More Than 100 Years Of Combined Experience

When you work with our lawyers here at Gold Lange, Majoros, & Smalarz, P.C., you work with attorneys holding more than 100 years of combined experience in bankruptcy law. We can apply that experience to every phase of a bankruptcy case, including those cases involving creditors attempting to enforce their rights against you.

Providing Help Throughout Metro Detroit

We regularly provide legal representation to people and businesses facing bankruptcy litigation. Specifically, we can help you if you face adversarial proceedings involving:

  • Fraudulent conveyances
  • Preferential transfers
  • Motions to dismiss
  • Challenges to discharge of your debts

If you are like most people, you find yourself alarmed at having to deal with an adversarial proceeding. Remember, though, you can turn to us with confidence. Our experience means we know how adversarial proceedings work.

We hit the ground running when you retain us for your case. Our experience enables us to start protecting your rights with efficient representation, thereby respecting your resources.

Equally important, we understand how particular trustees and particular creditors conduct their bankruptcy adversarial proceedings. We put that knowledge to work in developing a strategy responsive to your case’s unique needs.

If you have not already filed your bankruptcy, we can also provide you with our legal opinion regarding the likelihood of you facing an adversarial proceeding during your case. Our team will work with you to prepare your bankruptcy so as to maximize your rights under the law and perhaps even prevent an adversarial proceeding from arising at all.

Let Us Protect Your Bankruptcy

If you would like to learn more about how we can help you protect your rights during your bankruptcy, we invite you to call us at 248-350-8220. You can also make your free initial appointment with us by contacting our office online.

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New Bankruptcy Law Will Help More People Qualify for Chapter 13 Relief!

Congress recently passed legislation entitled The Bankruptcy Threshold Adjustment and Technical Corrections Act which the President signed into law on June 21, 2022. The changes to the law will help people because it significantly expands who can qualify for Chapter 13 relief.  Chapter 13 is a reorganization bankruptcy for individuals which gives people an opportunity […]