Legal Advice for Business Bankruptcy — 169 results
Written by attorney Vivek Jayaram, about 3 years ago.
In recent articles we've discussed alternatives available to you should you find yourself spending more time performing collections tasks than running your business. Among those... more
Written by attorney Andrew Hawes, about 3 years ago.
Any individual, even if self-employed or operating an unincorporated business, is eligible for chapter 13 relief as long as the individual's unsecured debts are less than a specified number... more
Written by attorney David Kingsbury, almost 4 years ago.
Often called a "straight" or "full" bankruptcy a chapter 7 is the kind of bankruptcy case that is the one most filed by consumer debtors or small business owners that have personally... more
Written by Avvo Staff, about 6 years ago.
11 bankruptcy is used primarily by businesses and business owners who need
relief from creditors. If you are a business representative or owner, you will
need a reorganization... more
Written by attorney Julia Wei, over 4 years ago.
File a Request for Notice You need to know what is happening in the case and get on the mailing list. If you have hired creditor's counsel, they will do it. Get a PACER account. Most... more
Written by attorney John Malaise, almost 2 years ago.
This summer, while several businesses filed for bankruptcy in Texas, some bankruptcies drew more attention than others. Three noteworthy bankruptcy filings in particular included:
Written by attorney Peter Geraci, almost 6 years ago.
Debtors “Engaged in Business”? The Bankruptcy Code requires more of debtors filing Chapter 7 who have been engaged in business, than it does of those whose income is from employment. If... more
Written by attorney David Van Luu, over 2 years ago.
Bankruptcy is one of many options for people in financial distress. Some consumers may improve their situation by directly negotiating with their creditors, while others may find help from... more
Written by attorney Elizabeth Rowlands, over 2 years ago.
Petitions for bankruptcy are filed with the US Bankruptcy Court and federal laws govern the process. Although there are several types of bankruptcy, those mostcommonly used by consumers (... more
Written by attorney Douglas Shumway, about 1 year ago.
The following guide contains three general tips that a business owner should know if (or when) they get sued and want to retain an attorney to assist with the case.