Jonathan Goldsmith Cohen represents different types of creditors in the bankruptcy process:
- Secured creditors
- Unsecured creditors
- Priority creditors
- Administrative creditors.
When a bankruptcy case is filed, there are different rules and requirements that apply to creditors in their dealings with the bankruptcy Debtor. Creditors may be required to participate in the bankruptcy process or risk losing their rights and remedies against the Debtor. Certain deadlines apply for actions to be taken by a creditor and typically the bankruptcy process requires strict adherence with those deadlines.
Creditors must be vigilant in protecting their rights when an individual or business files a bankruptcy. We can ensure that a creditor’s rights are fully protected during the bankruptcy process. As a small office, we provide top-notch representation with big-firm knowledge and outstanding customer service.