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It’s very common for a person filing bankruptcy to transfer money to relatives, friends, and other entities in attempt to hide it from creditors.


This is referred to as fraudulent conveyance – and although it is not considered a crime in New York, it is an action for which a creditor may sue. If you suspect that someone who owes you money has fraudulently transferred funds, you should take action immediately! In this way, there is a chance that the debt owed to you – or at least a portion of it – will be paid to you.

We are bankruptcy experts and can help you file a fraudulent conveyance action against a debtor. Do not delay in calling us for a consultation, as in this situation it is very important to act quickly.

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Bradley R. Bailyn, Esq. , Founder

Bailyn Law provides comprehensive legal and advisory services in the fields of bankruptcy and out-of-court debt workouts. We serve companies and individuals who wish to restructure their businesses or their finances to improve liquidity and increase profitability. We also advise creditors seeking to protect their legal rights and economic interests.

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New York, NY 10020



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