Creditors in Bankruptcy


Prosecution and Defense of Bankruptcy Related Issues

Cellai Law Offices, P.C. is an aggressive civil litigation law firm that has successfully represented creditor clients in the prosecution and defense bankruptcy related issues, including preference action defense, non-dischargability issues, fraud, fraudulent conveyance and many other areas. Cellai Law Offices, P.C. has represented Trustees collecting accounts receivable, creditors seeking non dischargeability on the grounds of fraud or other intentional conduct and defended against bankruptcy preference actions.

We have counseled, negotiated and litigated bankruptcy matters on behalf of creditors locally and nationally. Cellai Law Offices, P.C. represents creditors only and counsels and guides our clients through the maze of United States bankruptcy law.

In this time of increasing bankruptcy filings, Cellai Law Offices, P.C. has litigated and successfully defended against Bankruptcy Trustees claims against our clients, including preferential transfers and claims of fraudulent conveyance. Our capable legal staff have stay, foreclosure and many other areas. Our reported decisions include Judgments of non-dischargeability based upon debtors fraudulent conduct.

Case Example of ‘Nondischargeability’: Creditors in Bankruptcy

United States Bankruptcy Court, District of Massachusetts, Casella Waste Management of Massachusetts v. Philip Romano, 385 B.R. 12 (Bankr. Mass. 2008). Bankruptcy debtor sold his company, including the accounts receivable. When the buyer went to collect the accounts receivables, they had already been collected by the seller company. The owner of the seller company filed bankruptcy. Cellai Law Offices, P.C. successfully pursued the owner of the debtor company through bankruptcy to recover on the fraud that was perpetrated on the creditor. A Judgment of Nondischargeability for the full amount entered against the owner of the seller corporation.