July 17, 2019

Bankruptcy Cases

The Bankruptcy Department at Cohen Hurkin typically involves appearances in Federal Bankruptcy Court after tenants declare bankruptcy either prior to or in the context of a landlord-tenant summary proceeding.  The attorneys for Cohen Hurkin have many years of experience in Bankruptcy Court where motions must often be made to vacate stays imposed by the Court on the eviction process once bankruptcy has been declared.  If you wish to discuss a potential bankruptcy matter as it relates to your landlord-tenant case, please contact us to schedule an appointment.
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