Impossible to tell you what to do without a very extensive evaluation of the facts and damages from each cause of action. Likely that some of the causes of action would be property of the bankruptcy estate if the claims arose out of thebusiness. Losing the business may be a main element in damages for some or all of these claims. Impossible to evaluate without going over a detailed statement of the facts and determining the applicable law.
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The same response as your last question. You are asking for guesses or speculation based on a couple sentences of the story, when the story clearly shows you have a very complicated situation. Call lawyers Monday to make an appointment or two.Ask a similar question
As an extension to my last answer, if you are serious about Chapter 11, you will have to list the causes of action as assets on your Schedule B. The Bankruptcy Court may not have jurisdiction to hear your claims and counterclaims, and besides, there is already a final judgment from the State Court, which the Bankruptcy Court will be obligated to honor. Are you seriously going to try this without a competent Chapter 11 attorney? That is foolish.
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