When you make an investment in an individual or business, you expect to get paid back in time, but once that party files for bankruptcy, everything changes. As a creditor, you must take swift action and file a proof of claim to recoup as much of your investment as possible. An experienced lawyer can help you do everything possible to protect yourself.
At the law offices of Bennett, Weston, LaJone & Turner, P.C., our Dallas bankruptcy proof of claim attorneys can help you through the bankruptcy process and make sure you get a chance to recover as much debt as possible. Protecting Texas businesses and creditors for more than a decade, our attorneys are ready to help you. Contact us today to schedule a consultation and learn more.
Filing Your Proof of Claim
If someone who owes you money files for bankruptcy, you will receive a notice from the court. This notice will inform you whether you will have the chance to recover any of the debt. If there is a chance to recover, you have to file a proof of claim with the bankruptcy court. This is your chance to provide statements, contracts and account ledgers to document the debt owed to you, including:
- Loan agreements
- Promissory notes
- Credit applications
As your attorneys, we will make sure you file all paperwork in a timely manner and give a complete and accurate statement of the money you are owed.
Texas Creditor Laws
Federal and state laws protect the rights of creditors. Whether you have financed a family buying a first home or you have invested in a new business, there are things you can do to get your money back. If you are afraid that a debtor is going to file for bankruptcy, we can help you take action to negotiate a payment plan or out-of-court settlement.
Contact a Fort Worth Creditor Protection Attorney
at Bennett, Weston, LaJone & Turner, P.C.
From our offices in Dallas, we help creditors across Texas recover as much money as possible when a debtor files for bankruptcy. Contact us today to talk to one of our attorneys face to face and learn more about your rights and options.