The process of filling a bankruptcy case in court is complicated and stressful, but this task is simplified by Robert Atkinson an Attorney in Las Vegas in a great way. He has offered help to more than 1,000 personal and filed bankruptcy cases across different chapters of laws that involve 7,11, and 13. Before rendering the apt solutions to his clients, he believes in understanding the inside out of the cases. He lays emphasis on knowing the case from the beginning to the end and this enables him to resolve complicated cases with utmost professionalism.
He renders an expertise to the clients in filling bankruptcy in right manner. He specializes in managing matters, including unsecured creditors committees, avoidable transfers, first-day motions, use of cash collateral, debtor-in-possession, small business debtors qualification, motions for sale of property, lien avoidance, etc. He has been counsel for three Chapter 7 Trustee in the State of Nevada, for around 100 of cases which has enabled him to enhance his skills to tackle bankruptcy cases.
This has also increased his knowledge regrading, how to maximize exemptions, eliminate non-discharge ability actions, etc. He knows all the aspects of accounting and real estate which helps him to formulate strategies for managing his clients cases in an efficient manner. He is quite appreciated by his clients and colleagues for his unique working style and dedication towards work. Robert Atkinson Attorney Las Vegas has represented bankruptcy cases in a plethora of courts that include United States Supreme Court, Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, Supreme Court, State of Nevada, Ninth Circuit Bankruptcy Appellate Panel, Judicial Court, Clark County, Eighth District Court, State of Nevada, and many more.
He has established his name in Lag Vegas for representing all types of bankruptcy cases. Robert Atkinson Attorney Las Vegas attained B.S in Physics, with minor in other two subjects i.e. Math and Economic from Montana State University and MBA in the field of Finance from a prestigious university named, Carnegie Mellon. In the initial stage of his career, he worked at NASA as a physicist. His prime objective is to resolve bankruptcy cases, while protecting the rights of his clients.