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A creditor has the right to file for an adversary proceeding, where he may argue that the particular debt that he is owed should not be discharged. A Lone Tree CO bankruptcy attorney will point out that the trustee in the case may also bring an adversary proceeding against a creditor, to recover money that was paid to the creditor by the debtor, or to nullify any transfer of property to the creditor.

A Lone Tree CO bankruptcy attorney will advise his client that a judge will determine the outcome of any adversary proceeding.

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    Parker, Colorado 80138
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