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Btzalel Hirschhorn

Senior Associate Attorney

Btzalel Hirschhorn chairs SBAGK’s Bankruptcy Practice Group. In this capacity, Mr. Hirschhorn counsels secured and unsecured creditors, landlords, lessees, Debtors in Possession, and other constituencies through complex bankruptcy and restructuring matters. Mr. Hirschhorn has litigated claim objections (11 USC 502, 506), avoidance actions (11 USC 547, 548, 550), contested 2004 Examinations (Bankruptcy Rule 9014), stay violations (11 USC 362), and valuation hearings. Mr. Hirschhorn is a Certified Mediator for the Southern an Eastern Districts of New York Bankruptcy Courts.  Mr. Hirschhorn also represents purchasers of assets in bankruptcy.

His practice also encompasses real estate litigation in state courts throughout New York where he represents borrowers in foreclosures, parties in real estate ownership disputes, quiet title actions, partition actions, deed fraud disputes, fraudulent conveyances, and adverse possession actions.

Btzalel is admitted to the courts of New York State, U.S. District and Bankruptcy Courts for the Eastern, and Southern Districts of New York. He has handled matters throughout the United States, including in Alabama, Georgia, California, Maryland, Oregon, and Texas. 


Midrach Shmuel Talmudic College, Bachelors of Talmudic Law

University of Baltimore School of Law, Juris Doctor 


Certified mediator,. U.S. Bankruptcy Court, Southern and Eastern Districts of New York.  

Member, American Bankruptcy Institute

Bar Admissions

New York

Court Admissions

U.S. District Court, Southern District of New York

U.S. District Court, Eastern District of New York

Notable Publications and Lectures 

 Vesting of Marital Property Determines the Scope of the Bankruptcy Estate”, Consumer Bankruptcy ABI Committee Newsletter, Vol. 15, Num. 1, February 2017.

Btzalel Hirschhorn, The Sufficiency of Adequate Protection in a § 506(a) Cramdown, XXXVII ABI Journal 12, 16-17, 97-98, December 2018

Credit Where Credit is Due” (Creditor’s rights CLE court for the National Academy)