Experienced Bankruptcy Litigation Attorney in Olathe, Kansas
Protecting individuals for 29 years
People in Kansas know that they can turn to Robert E. McRorey, Attorney at Law. For 29 years, we have represented debtors in bankruptcy cases in Olathe, Kansas. We advocate for individuals as plaintiffs or defendants in adversarial bankruptcy proceedings.
Disputes in the bankruptcy process
Although bankruptcy matters themselves are not litigated, debtors and creditors often engage in conflict during a bankruptcy case. In Kansas, a creditor may object to the bankruptcy plans or attempt to fight the automatic stay issued by bankruptcy courts. Creditors may want to foreclose on property and trustees may sue — or be sued. These disputes in the bankruptcy process are called adversary proceedings. While they may resemble regular lawsuits, it is imperative that, no matter what side of the dispute you are on, you obtain assistance from an experienced bankruptcy attorney at Robert E. McRorey, Attorney at Law in adversary proceedings.
Experienced in all facets of bankruptcy litigation
Robert E. McRorey, Attorney at Law is knowledgeable in all facets of bankruptcy law. We file claims on behalf of debtors and ensure that — whether the bankruptcy is personal or involves your business — we protect your rights and reduce your losses as much as we can.
At Robert E. McRorey, Attorney at Law, we can help you file proof of claims to obtain compensation from a bankruptcy estate’s proceeds. We also fight — or enforce — an automatic stay to protect your rights. Throughout Kansas, we’re known for our prowess and experience representing plaintiffs and defendants in state and federal court bankruptcy cases and adversary proceedings.
Don’t delay. Contact Robert E. McRorey, Attorney at Law today.
Robert E. McRorey, Attorney at Law can help you. If you or your business is struggling with debts — or if your inability to collect on debts is impeding your business — call Robert E. McRorey, Attorney at Law at 913-712-0165 or contact our firm online to learn how to protect your rights.