Law Firm Litigation
The difference between a litigator and a bankruptcy lawyer is that the bankruptcy lawyer goes to court. This is true for one good, practical reason: The debtor in bankruptcy is bleeding money, and if you fight too long over the client, you’ll have nothing left but a corpse. Thus, things generally move at a much faster pace in bankruptcy than in non-bankruptcy litigation. The positive is that bankruptcy is in many ways a livelier and more dynamic forum than the non-bankruptcy realm. But for the experienced litigator, practicing in bankruptcy can be like trying to speak Italian when you studied Spanish in school. You keep thinking you speak the language, but every so often you get an unexpected, and often nasty, surprise.
Our firm speaks bankruptcy, we have been practicing bankruptcy for over 40 years. When your client’s case is litigated in Bankruptcy Court, the Bankruptcy Appelant Pannel, U.S. District Court, the U.S. Court of Appeals or the U.S. Supreme Court we can use our extensive experience in these courts to represent your clients whether they are debtors or creditors.
Geygan & Geygan, Ltd. is a Debt Relief Agency because we help people live without debt through various means including bankruptcy.