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Letter or Lawsuit from a Minnesota Bankruptcy Trustee, Now What?

Letter or Lawsuit from a Minnesota Bankruptcy Trustee, Now What?

If you have received a letter from a MN bankruptcy trustee you have options.  Undoubtedly the letter is demanding that you turn over or pay the trustee an amount of money paid to you by a person who has now filed bankruptcy.

Typically, bankruptcy does not allow a filer to favor one creditor over another, this is especially true when the favoritism is to a friend or family member.  What individuals who are in the cross-hair of a trustee don’t understand is options exist to protect money and property.  The best option is to contact an Minnesota bankruptcy attorney that has experience in defense of preference actions.

If you chose to do nothing the trustee will recover all of the funds paid to you by a bankruptcy filer by default.  Contact us today to discuss how we can protect your property.

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