I was sued by a bankruptcy trustee for a preference, what is a preference and what should I do?


It can be quite confusing when receiving a letter from a bankruptcy trustee demanding money from you. This is especially true when you simply received payment for a debt that was owed to you. You may wonder, is something wrong with getting paid for a legitimate debt? Understand that, although usually when someone is demanding you pay them money under the threat of legal action there is some allegation of wrongdoing, in this case there is none. But, you may still have to pay the money back — read on.

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