Bankruptcy Attorney in Springfield, MO

Representing Greene County Creditors in Missouri Bankruptcy Proceedings

Neale & Newman, L.L.P.'s services and bankruptcy lawyers are available to perform bankruptcy creditor work including, but not limited to:

  • Advising clients on all aspects of bankruptcy implications of claims, including pre-bankruptcy planning for creditors
  • Reviewing schedules for accuracy
  • Deposing debtors and other parties in anticipation of bankruptcy litigation and/or plan objections
  • Preparing and filing reaffirmation agreements for secured creditors
  • Preparing and filing proofs of claim for secured and unsecured creditors
  • Preparing and litigating stay lift motions for secured creditors
  • Preparing and litigating objections to plan confirmation, including negotiation of plan provisions favorable to our clients
  • Preparing, filing and litigating non-dischargeability actions
  • Defending fraudulent conveyance, turnover and preference actions

Why Hire Our Bankruptcy Lawyers?

Contact Neale & Newman to consult with us about creditors' rights in debtor bankruptcy proceedings and how we may be of service. 

After over 100 years in practice, our firm has learned a thing or two about which types of innovations create game-changing cost savings — as well as when time-tested knowledge and methods serve you best. We pride ourselves on assisting our clients with a combination of deep experience and current technology, offering you the best of both.

Call (417) 670-2520 or fill out our online contact form now.

The Neale & Newman, L.L.P Team

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Committed to Helping Our Community Contact Neale & Newman

  • Unique Blend of Experience & Technology
    Assisting our clients with a combination of deep experience and current technology.
  • Comprehensive & Coordinated Representation
    Providing cost-effective, multifaceted representation for our clients on a wide range of legal matters.
  • Generations of Service to Our Southwest Missouri Neighbors
    Supporting the legal needs of businesses and individuals since 1903.

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