Bankruptcy Avoidance Litigation

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In many cases, if you or your business is experiencing financial distress, it is not necessary to resort to filing for bankruptcy if the problem stems from contracts entered into that may be deemed unenforceable by a court of law.


Grounds on which a contract may be deemed unenforceable in New York are lack of capacity, duress, undue influence, misrepresentation, nondisclosure, unconscionability, public policy, mistake, and impossibility. If you are suffering under the weight of a contract or contracts that is impairing you or your business financially, please contact us. Our attorneys can review your contracts and determine whether initiating legal action to deem one or more of them unenforceable is a viable option in your case.

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