Weiner Law Firm, P.C. has over 30 years’ experience in their bankruptcy and creditors’ rights department. The firm represents debtors, creditors (unsecured and secured), Trustees in bankruptcy courts throughout Massachusetts and Connecticut. On all matters, we attempt to analyze the facts and circumstances presented and determine what is the best course of action for the client, both in and out of the bankruptcy court. The firm has extensive experience in defending and prosecuting preference actions, fraudulent conveyances, lien discharges, and motions for relief from stay and non-dischargeability actions. The firm is also well versed in dealing with means test issues which may arise. Our firm has represented local, regional and and national clients on a wide range of complex bankruptcy matters.
The firm represents individuals and businesses that are in financial distress and assist in guiding them through the bankruptcy process. We represent clients who file Chapter 7, Chapter 11, and Chapter 13 proceedings. For a brief overview of each of these chapters, please click on the link attached for more detailed information: Bankruptcy: an Overview The firm recognizes the financial difficulties which bankruptcy puts on the individuals or business that file a bankruptcy proceeding along with the Creditor clients who are now left with questions on if they will be paid. We work with our clients to resolve the issues as soon as possible. It is our goal to be efficient with our time and therefore economical for our clients. We further recognize that sometimes the difficulties involved require the time necessary to reach the goal you are seeking.
In most cases, the filing of a bankruptcy petition will grant an individual, married couple or a business a stay from collection actions such as telephone calls, foreclosures, repossessions, civil court proceedings and wage garnishments. The goal for most persons in a bankruptcy proceeding is to get relief from collection actions of creditors and obtain a discharge of their legal responsibility to pay the creditor. Consultation with counsel is essential in determining which bankruptcy chapter is appropriate for them or their business.
- American Bankruptcy Institute
- Commercial Law League of America
- Legal Information Institute
- National Association of Bankruptcy Trustees
- Pacer Service Center (Administrative Office of the U.S.
- United States Bankruptcy Appellate Panel for the First Circuit
- United States Bankruptcy Court for District of Massachusetts