Bankruptcy and Restructuring Practice
A Chapter 11 bankruptcy allows a business or in some cases, an individual, to reorganize if there is a viable business to reorganize. We excel as advising clients through the course of a Chapter 11 proceeding. In particular, we have advised single asset real estate businesses seeking and small business debtors seeking Chapter 11 protection. When Chapter 11 is not recommended for a client, we excel at advising clients to consider nonbankruptcy options, such as seeking refinancing options or other out–of–court workouts, settlement, and other alternatives that would be as effective as bankruptcy.
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