We are experienced specialists in the area of Bankruptcy and Creditors' Rights. We understand and appreciate all aspects of business and business law, as they are fundamental to understanding the legal process of financial restructuring. The best way to prevent financial and legal problems is to prepare for them. KMPC represents not only debtors, but secured creditors, landlords, bankruptcy trustees, receivers, purchasers of assets, trade and other unsecured creditors in Chapter 7, Chapter 11 and Chapter 13 bankruptcies. We are highly experienced in debtor-in-possession financing and use of cash collateral issues; seeking appointment of a trustee or examiner; seeking relief from the automatic stay; and other litigation, including the discharge of debtors, preferences, fraudulent conveyances, equitable subordination and plan and disclosure statement formulation and opposition.Read less
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