Our Services

If you are seeking advice or representation in any bankruptcy related matters, please contact me to schedule a free initial consultation.  Please note that I am not currently accepting clients who are seeking to file a new bankruptcy case.  You can schedule an appointment through this website by clicking here or you can contact me by phone at (248) 817-6669 or e-mail at sandra@sandraoconnorlaw.com. Do not disclose any confidential information in any initial voicemails or e-mails to schedule an appointment.  I will not be your attorney unless we enter into a signed retainer agreement.

I provide representation of trustees, creditors, debtors, and other interested parties in bankruptcy cases, as well as related contested matters, including, but not limited to:

  • Objections to Exemptions
  • Motions for Turnover
  • Objections to Proof of Claims
  • Motions for Relief from Automatic Stay
  • Motions to Compel Abandonment
  • Fee Applications
  • Motions to Compromise
  • Motions to Assume or Reject Executory Contracts
  • Motions for Contempt
  • Motions to Convert Case
  • Motions for Rule 2004 Examinations
  • Motions for Reconsideration
  • Motions for Sale of Property
  • Motions to Sell Free and Clear of Liens

I also provide representation of plaintiffs and defendants in adversary proceedings, including but not limited to lawsuits seeking:

  • Avoidance of Fraudulent Transfers
  • Avoidance of Voidable Transactions
  • Avoidance of Preferential Transfers (Preferences)
  • Determination of the Validity, Priority, and Extent of Liens
  • Objections to Discharge or Dischargeability of a Debt
  • Sale of Co-Owner’s Interest in Property Under 11 U.S.C. § 363(h)
  • Turnover

I have represented parties in hundreds of contested matters and adversary proceedings.  I take my duty to my clients very seriously and, where possible, work to resolve matters as early as possible to obtain the maximum benefit to my clients with the lowest fees.  Where this is not a possibility, I am also prepared to litigate the matter to conclusion and through appeals, and have substantial experience with aggressive litigation related to bankruptcy cases.