Joan Levit represents lenders in multi-million dollar commercial foreclosure proceedings throughout Florida. She also represents businesses as plaintiffs in commercial litigation matters focusing on breach of contract, open account, and other recovery of goods or funds. Additionally, Joan represents creditors in post-judgment collections, executions, garnishments, and other recoveries; trustees in corporate and individual Chapter 7 and 11 bankruptcy cases; she has researched, prepared, and argued motions for turnover of property, objections to claimed exemptions, and proceedings to deny discharge of debts. In the past Joan has represented secured creditors and landlords in corporate and individual Chapter 7, 11, and 13 bankruptcy cases, protecting their rights by seeking relief from the automatic stay, adequate protection payments, and payment of administrative claims. Joan also defends creditors in bankruptcy adversary proceedings where trustee or debtor seek to avoid and recover alleged preferential or fraudulent transfers.