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Bankruptcy-Related Lien Avoidance Issues


Preferential transfers are dealt with under 11 U.S.C. §547. Basically, a preferential transfer is a transfer of property, usually the payment of money to a creditor, of at least a certain value on account of an antecedent debt which is made by an insolvent debtor within the applicable preference period. This white paper discusses this type of transfer as well as how to avoid liens created by orders of examination. It also reviews liens created by writs of attachments, application of the automatic stay, and fraudulent conveyances.



David M. Meegan

Meegan, Hanschu & Kassenbrock

  • Partner with Meegan, Hanschu & Kassenbrock
  • Focuses in the areas of business bankruptcy matters, representing debtors, creditors, committees, and trustees, and also devotes substantial time to bankruptcy and commercial litigation matters
  • Member of the Sacramento County Bar Association; American Bar Association; State Bar of California; State Bar of New York
  • Past president of the Bankruptcy and Commercial Law Section, past president of the Sacramento Valley Bankruptcy Forum, frequent delegate to the Ninth Circuit Judicial Conference and former member of the Clerk’s Advisory Committee
  • J.D. degree, University of California at Davis; B.A. degree, Plattsburgh State University

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