KMK attorneys provide unsurpassed representation to business creditors faced with fraudulent transfer claims brought by a bankruptcy estate. While less common than preference claims, these claims can be more vexing, and the defenses are more nuanced. In the usual case, there was nothing “fraudulent” about the transaction--the trustee is claiming that that property was transferred for less than proper value, or “less than reasonably equivalent value” in the terms of most statutes. KMK attorneys have experience defending these claims all over the country. On the other side of the ledger, fraudulent transfer claims can also be a powerful tool in the hands of a creditor when the debtor has disposed of its property in an attempt to hinder or delay a creditor pursuing collection of a legitimate debt. KMK has successfully clawed back property or its value from third parties by pursuing fraudulent transfer claims in an offensive posture. Call us at (414) 962-5110. Our attorneys are continually engaged not only in defending our clients against fraudulent transfer claims but also pursuing debtors and their cohorts for recovery of fraudulent transfers in courts throughout the country.