Power, Experience and Skill in Bankruptcy Litigation

Not every bankruptcy is transactional. Some bankruptcies involve litigation due to a contested matter or an adversary. If your bankruptcy is headed toward litigation, work with Pendergraft & Simon, L.L.P., to represent you.

Our bankruptcy lawyers have more than 35 years of combined experience representing clients throughout Texas in bankruptcy litigation. We represent individuals as well as business entities in litigation matters ranging from simple to complex. Having made connections with numerous high-profile players in the world of Texas bankruptcy law, we leverage every opportunity available to attain favorable results for our clients.

In Litigation, Experience is Crucial

In a trial, there are many factors out of your control. One factor that you can control, however, is the level of experience of the law firm you hire. With more than 35 years of combined experience, the attorneys at Pendergraft & Simon, L.L.P., have more than proven their skills at trial. We can produce a proven history of favorable verdicts that we achieved for our clients in bankruptcy litigation and commercial litigation cases.

A Small Firm with Big-Firm Power

Many small law firms do not have the resources or reach to serve you adequately. Many large law firms do not devote individualized attention to every client.

As an established and reputable boutique firm, Pendergraft & Simon, L.L.P., brings you the best of both worlds. We can provide the devoted personal attention of a boutique law firm combined with the power, resources and experience of a large one.

Consult Our Bankruptcy Litigators

Work with Pendergraft & Simon, L.L.P., to have a collaborative team of bankruptcy trial attorneys on your side. To learn more, schedule an initial consultation at our office location in Houston. Reach our firm by calling 713-528-8555 or by filling out our online contact form. We represent debtors and creditors.

We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.