Preferential & Fraudulent Transfer Lawyer

Continuing high rates of bankruptcy and foreclosure in the Florida market can result in an increase in the fraudulent transfers of property and other assets.

The business and real estate attorneys at Kahn & Resnik, P.L. can help lenders, creditors, trustees, and other victims of preferential and fraudulent transfers seek legal remedies.

Our attorneys will efficiently evaluate the particular facts and issues of your case, and then outline your legal options. Our concierge approach to the practice of law gives you direct access to your attorney during and after normal business hours, to help reach a suitable resolution.

Legal Remedies for Fraudulent Transfers

A fraudulent transfer is the illegal transfer of property made for the purpose of defrauding creditors, without receiving a reasonable equivalent value in return. When this happens, the Fraudulent Transfer Act allows a creditor to sue the debtor.

Legal remedies to a fraudulent transfer include seeking a ruling to void the transfer, or getting a judgment against the new owner of the assets.

Legal Remedies for Preferential Transfers

A preferential transfer, under federal bankruptcy law, occurs when a debtor transfers an asset to a creditor prior to a bankruptcy. The “preference” means that the transfer is to the disadvantage of other creditors.

Preferential and Fraudulent Transfer Litigation Services

When disputes arise between creditors and debtors, we are available to assist in negotiation, litigation or arbitration. Our attorneys are highly experienced in litigation matters in state, federal and appellate courts, and can assist you in seeking damages, injunctive relief, and other legal remedies.

Schedule an Initial Consultation

Contact us online or by phone at 954-321-0176 to discuss your legal needs. We will answer your legal questions in complete confidentiality, and explain how our concierge philosophy puts us at your service.

We serve business owners, professionals and individual clients across Florida, including Miami, Fort Lauderdale, Boca Raton, West Palm Beach, Naples, Orlando, Tampa, Daytona Beach, Jacksonville, Tallahassee, and other cities throughout the state.