Representation of Fiduciaries

Tabor Law Group regularly represents fiduciaries, including chapter 7 and chapter 11 bankruptcy trustees and state and federal court receivers, in all types of insolvency proceedings, including:

  • All aspects of chapter 11 proceedings, including obtaining approval of sales of assets, filing of monthly operating reports, litigating claims of the debtor, and formulating and obtaining approval of disclosure statements and plans of reorganizations
  • All aspects of state and federal court receiverships, including negotiating forms of orders appointing the receiver, filing all necessary reports, pursuing claims, selling assets, and negotiating and resolving disputes with the debtor and with secured creditors
  • All aspects of chapter 7 and chapter 11 trustee asset collection and claims litigation, including litigation to avoid and recover preferential and/or fraudulent transfers
  • Claim objections, turnover actions, and objection to discharge actions
  • Prosecution of debtors' claims, including promissory note collection, pre-judgment provisional process, and post-judgment collections
  • Investigation of assets (including Rule 2014 examinations and subpoenas) and analysis and valuation of potential claims of the estate
  • Sales of real property, personal property, and operating businesses
  • Resolution of miscellaneous procedural and legal issues of chapter 7 trustees, such as exemption litigation, revocation of discharge litigation, abandonment, dissolution of wholly-owned corporate entities, transfer of structured settlement payments, and substantive consolidation of bankruptcy estates
  • Appeals before the United States District Court, the Bankruptcy Appellate Panel of the Ninth Circuit, and the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals
  • Representing creditor committees in chapter 11 bankruptcy proceedings
  • Assisting landlords facing defaulting and/or bankrupt tenants and guarantors
  • Advising agricultural lien claimants and construction/mechanics lienholders regarding preserving and enforcing their lien rights
  • Documenting and negotiating loan sales agreements
  • Generally representing creditors in regards to bankruptcy issues, including obtaining relief from stay, filing and amending proofs of claim, and defending preference actions and claim objections