Thousands of patients with renal disease are on waiting lists for kidney transplant. Survival and quality of life on hemodialysis are much lower than that after renal transplantation. Renal allografts are extremely valuable and worth saving at all costs. Many complications can be seen after organ transplants on short and long term as rejection, vascular compromise, and infection. There are various reports on partial nephrectomy after renal transplant secondary to de novo masses in the renal allograft. Here, we present a case where we used radiofrequency bipolar sealer for partial nephrectomy for necrotic abscess of the renal allograft. We successfully saved the allograft with partial nephrectomy despite parenchymal infection and necrosis.