A Bankruptcy Law Firm Offering Litigation And Appellate Work

Joshi Law Group offers comprehensive representation and knowledgeable advice in all bankruptcy matters. While many Southern California firms represent individuals or small businesses pursuing bankruptcy, fewer firms have the skills, experience and resources to represent a variety of clients in bankruptcy litigation and appeals. This is a practice area that we are particularly proud of.

Whether you are in bankruptcy and pursuing a claim against a creditor or a creditor seeking priority status or other special arrangements in a debtor's bankruptcy, our attorneys are ready to vigorously represent your interests.

Our Bankruptcy Litigation Practice

Bankruptcy proceedings often include complicating factors that may require litigated resolutions. Examples include issues related to:

  • Stay relief motions
  • Non-dischargeability actions
  • Automatic stay violations
  • Preference actions
  • Involuntary bankruptcy petitions
  • Asset sale disputes
  • Bankruptcy fraud claims
  • Breach of fiduciary duty
  • Appointment of trustees and examiners
  • Rule 2004 examinations
  • Plan confirmation objections

Bankruptcy litigation is not a familiar concept to most people. If you are struggling with bankruptcy or an issue related to it, the only thing you need to know is that our firm is ready to take on nearly any legal challenge you may be facing. Similarly, we also represent lenders, creditors and other parties with an interest in a personal or business bankruptcy case.

Presenting Your Best Arguments On Appeal

There are important differences between a bankruptcy proceeding and a bankruptcy appeal. First, the time for filing appeal is shorter than other types of appeals. Your filing must also designate the specific issues you will present on appeal.

Yet before the appellate court even reviews the merits of your assertions, you must demonstrate how you qualify for the limited jurisdiction of this court. Appellate courts also have their own procedural rules regarding how to include transcripts in the excerpts of the record, procedural matters such as the scheduling and length of oral argument, and other matters.

If a bankruptcy appeal is your last hope for justice, make sure your legal counsel has bankruptcy appellate experience. An accidental omission may count as a waiver and jeopardize your outcome. Our firm has a breadth of experience practicing before the Bankruptcy Appellate Panel and 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals.

Contact Us Today To Discuss Your Case For Free

Joshi Law Group is based in San Diego and serves clients throughout the area. To take advantage of a free initial consultation with one of our skilled and experienced lawyers, call us at 619-822-7566, or send us an email.

We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.