Thank you very much for your note however for this particular question I am looking for advice pertaining to Alabama bankruptcy law and some of the nuances that may or may not enable my partner to protect her assets.
There is alot more that could be said, but suffice it to say the bank put us in the situation we are in by "hinting" that they would not renew loans we had with them on 39 properties unless we took on 10 properties they were trying to get rid of. The 10 properties were in disrepair and the result is we are most likely going to be filing bankruptcy (and the bank will be finding someone to take on these 49 properties).
Sooo, given their current practices, we need to make sure to cover ourselves as best as possible. Which brings me back to the question I am asking - and why I am requesting an Alabama attorney. Although I thank you for your time and willingness to help.
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