Our Bankruptcy Attorneys are involved in the local, state and national dialogue among trustees, judges and the debtor bar about effective ways to manage claims itemization, affidavits in support of motions for relief, and loss mitigation during bankruptcy.

Gilbert Garcia bankruptcy paralegals focus only on creditor bankruptcy legal work, to include proofs of claims, motions for relief from stay, cram downs, valuations, plan reviews, or other relief such as serial filer.

Article 1, Section 8 of the U.S. Constitution authorized Congress to enact the uniform federal law that governs all bankruptcy cases. The procedural aspects of the process, called Bankruptcy Rules, set forth legal procedures for dealing with debts of individuals and businesses. Gilbert Garcia bankruptcy lawyers are equipped to follow such rules and procedures.

The five basic types of bankruptcy that our bankruptcy attorneys represents are:

  • Chapter 7 – Liquidation
  • Chapter 9 – Adjustment of Debts of a Municipality
  • Chapter 11 – Reorganization
  • Chapter 13 – Adjustment of Debts of an Individual with Regular Income
  • Chapter 15 – Ancillary and Other Cross-Border Cases

For more information contact Michelle Garcia Gilbert at (813)638-8920 or mgilbert@gilbertgrouplaw.com.

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