The Bankruptcy Law Firm, PC, Los Angeles, is proud to announce successfully representing a creditor client in a nondischargeability adversary proceeding, in Bankruptcy Court, CD CA.
Sep 25, 2012 - Los Angeles, CA - The Bankruptcy Law Firm, PC, recently obtained a summary judgment of nondischargeability in an adversary proceeding, in favor of a Bankruptcy Law Firm, PC creditor client. The summary judgment, in favor of Law Firm's creditor client, held a California Superior Court judgment to be nondischargeable (i.e., not discharged by the bankruptcy discharge that the judgment debtor, who had filed bankruptcy, received in that debtor's bankruptcy case), based on the collateral estoppel effect of the Superior Court fraud judgment.
Law Firm had moved for and obtained relief from the bankruptcy automatic stay, to allow the creditor client to proceed to judgment in California Superior Court. The creditor client obtained a Judgment in state court, against the debtor, for fraud. The creditor client had filed the client’s Superior Court suit against the defendant, before the defendant in that suit filed bankruptcy. However, the debtor filed bankruptcy before the creditor was able to get judgment entered, in Superior Court, against the debtor.
When representing creditor clients in adversary proceedings, Law Firm is experienced in bringing motions for summary judgment of nondischargeability, based on the creditor having obtained a final superior court judgment against the debtor, for fraud, or for a willful and malicious act by debtor, or for some other tort that is nondischargeable in bankruptcy, pursuant to 11 USC §523(a)(1) et seq.
Law Firm is also available to be hired to defend creditors in preference (11 USC 547) adversary proceedings, including law firm being experienced regarding new value, and ordinary course of business affirmative defenses, and is at present utilizing those defenses in an ongoing preference adversary proceeding, where Law Firm is defending the creditor.
Law Firm is also available to be hired to defend creditors and other parties-in-interest in fraudulent transfer adversary proceedings (11 USC 548) and in fraudulent transfer adversary proceedings brought under state law fraudulent transfer provisions.
Just as Law Firm is experienced in representing creditors in adversary proceedings, Law Firm is equally experienced in defending debtors in "nondischargeability" adversary proceedings brought against the debtors, by creditors. Law firm is also experienced in defending debtors in 11 USC §727 ("denial of discharge") adversary proceedings. Law Firm is set to try a significant nondischargeability adversary proceeding, in Bankruptcy Court, CD CA, in which law firm is defending the debtor against a creditor's 11 USC 523(a)(6) adversary complaint, which alleges that a state court judgment for approximately $180,000 should be held nondischargeable, based on the allegation that the debtor acted with intent to commit willful and malicious injury to the creditor client.
Law Firm offers a free first consult, to potential adversary proceeding clients, whether debtor or creditor. Potential adversary proceeding clients can phone The Bankruptcy Law Firm, PC, at (310) 559-9224.
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