Protecting Your Interests When A Party To A Project Files Bankruptcy

If you are working with an owner, developer or contractor on a construction project in New Jersey or New York who files for bankruptcy protection, you have rights. A construction bankruptcy involves an interplay between construction law, bankruptcy law and contract law.

The Attorney You Hire Can Mean The Difference Between Getting Paid And Not

At Skolnick Legal Group, P.C., our lawyers have a wealth of experience dealing with complex construction-related bankruptcy issues for those in Roseland, Hackensack, midtown New York and beyond.

We know the intricate statutes, rules and procedures involved with the process and regularly assist clients with a wide variety of construction bankruptcy issues, including:

  • Perfecting construction lien rights in accordance with the bankruptcy code
  • Filing a claim with the surety
  • Filing your claim with the bankruptcy court
  • Determining your contractual obligations after a bankruptcy filing

Let us offer our experienced advocacy and protect your financial interest.

Let Us Help You Deal With Your Construction Bankruptcy Issue

We invite you to call or send us an email to schedule a free initial consultation at any of our three office locations to discuss how we can protect your interests.

We can explain the law and help you understand your options so you can make a well-informed decision about how to move forward.

Roseland 973-403-0100 | Hackensack 201-430-2400 | New York 212-744-9600

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