Jupiter Creditor Representation Lawyer

Bankruptcy protects the debtor in a number of ways. Importantly, it prevents collections while the debtor moves forward to discharge debt, which can reduce or outright eliminate an otherwise valid debt from ever being collected. As a creditor, you do have a say in this process.

With extensive experience in business law and bankruptcy, Jupiter creditor representation attorney Julianne Frank, Esq. can help you enforce your rights and protect your interests, both inside and outside of bankruptcy.

If you are a secured or unsecured creditor encountering difficulties in collecting on a debt in Palm Beach or Martin County, contact the office of Julianne Frank, Esq. for smart strategies and effective solutions to the challenges you face as a creditor.

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    “Julianne Frank is a friend and a brilliant attorney.”

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  • Julianne is a pleasure in all ways, but more importantly, she is a true master of the law as to her specialty, Bankruptcy Law.

    “The case I referred to Julianne was complex and required considerable expertise.”

    - Cecil H.
  • I am not proud that I had to file chapter 11 for my business but I am grateful for Julianne Frank.

    “It was the smoothest process and Julianne has been doing this for 4 decades so she is the only choice when it comes to this matter.

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  • She handled it professionally and did an excellent job all around.

    “. The future is bright and I am again able to look ahead to retirement. The decision to file was the right one for me.”

    - Paul R.

Creditor Rights in Bankruptcy

Julianne Frank, Esq. is prepared to protect your rights and represent your interests throughout the course of a bankruptcy proceeding. She’ll make sure your proof of claim is timely and properly filed. She’ll monitor the progress of the case on your behalf and represent you in any related matter, including a section 363 sale of distressed company assets, and much more.

Below are just some of the chief areas of creditor representation in bankruptcy Julianne Frank, Esq. provides.

What is the Automatic Stay?

In most bankruptcy cases, as soon as the case is filed, an injunction is imposed against creditors, preventing them from starting or continuing an action against a debtor or the debtor’s property. This injunction is known as the “automatic stay,” and it is a powerful and effective tool for the debtor.

However, as a creditor, it is important to know that it is possible to obtain relief from the automatic stay, enabling you to begin or resume collection activities. This process involves properly filing and serving a Motion for Relief from Automatic Stay, and having that motion granted by the bankruptcy judge. Julianne Frank, Esq. can prepare a motion for relief and effectively argue that motion before the bankruptcy judge to help you in your collection efforts.

What is a 341 Meeting?

A required step in any Chapter 7, Chapter 11, Chapter 12, or Chapter 13 bankruptcy is the Meeting of Creditors, also known as a Section 341 Meeting after its section in the bankruptcy code. This meeting is conducted by the bankruptcy trustee, and the debtor is required to be present. Creditors, however, are not required to attend the meeting, and most often do not.

However, as a creditor you do have a right to attend this meeting and ask questions of the debtor, such as questions about the debtor’s income, assets, and debt, or questions about property which may be underlying a secured debt. It may be advantageous to you as a creditor to attend this meeting. Julianne Frank, Esq. will discuss with you whether or not to attend this meeting and can represent your interests and examine the debtor on your behalf.

Payment Plan Details

Once a payment plan is approved in a Chapter 13 individual bankruptcy, creditors are required to submit to the terms of the plan regarding repayment of their debt. Julianne Frank, Esq. can represent your interests in this process and make sure you have a voice in the development of a plan.

If a proposed plan would unduly harm your interests, she’ll lodge a timely and proper objection to the plan as authorized under the bankruptcy code.

Adversary Proceedings

In the event you dispute the ability to discharge a debt, Julianne Frank, Esq. can represent you in any bankruptcy litigation to protect your interests, including:

  • Litigating preferences
  • Avoidance claims
  • Equitable subordination
  • Fraudulent transfers
  • And more

Get in touch today for help from our Jupiter creditor representation lawyer. We can be contacted online or by phone at (561) 220-2528.

Creditor Representation in Debt Collection

Outside of bankruptcy, Julianne Frank, Esq. can advise and assist you in the methods of debt collection most likely to secure a swift and positive outcome on your behalf.

Call to discuss the legal process for any of the following:

  • Foreclosure
  • Repossession
  • Wage garnishment
  • Liens and attachments
  • Execute a promissory note
  • Perfect a security interest
  • Negotiate a loan workout
  • Lawsuits and judgments

Strategic and Effective Creditor Representation

For practical advice and professional representation from a lawyer in individual and business bankruptcy in Florida, contact Jupiter creditor representation lawyer Julianne Frank, Esq. at (561) 220-2528.

What Makes Julianne Frank Different

  • Honesty & Transparency
  • Tailored Solutions for Each Client
  • Client-Focused Representation
  • Over Three Decades of Experience
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Julianne Frank Esq. is a skilled and experienced attorney that takes on the most difficult of cases and wins. If you believe you have a case only Julianne can resolve, get in touch today.