Knowledgeable Chapter 11 Bankruptcy Lawyers in Marlton, New Jersey
Reorganization and Negotiation of Business Debt | Protection From Creditors
Running a business can be a precarious thing—you can do everything right but suddenly face serious financial challenges because of events outside of your control. Maybe one of your vendors can’t deliver materials that you need or a customer can’t pay you. If you have a solid business plan, but you need temporary relief to right the ship, a Chapter 11 bankruptcy petition can help you get a fresh start.
But, the Chapter 11 bankruptcy process can be complex. You’ll need to iron out new payment arrangements with your creditors and you’ll need the approval of the bankruptcy court for your reorganization plan. You don’t want to try to handle the intricacies of a Chapter 11 business reorganization on your own. The experienced attorneys at the Law Office of Andrew B. Finberg, in Marlton, can help.
Our Representation of Businesses in Chapter 11 Bankruptcy Petitions
At the Law Office of Andrew B. Finberg, our attorneys have more than 25 years of collective business bankruptcy law experience. We work with businesses of any size,helping you take advantage of the federal bankruptcy laws to restructure your debt.We’ll gather, assess and protect all evidence to support your filing and will draft andsubmit all necessary documentation to complete the process. We’ll also be your voice in all meetings and proceedings with creditors, the court or the bankruptcy trustee.
We are a federally designated debt relief agency.
Contact an Experienced Chapter 11 Bankruptcy Attorney in New Jersey
At the Law Office of Andrew B. Finberg, in Marlton, we offer a free initial consultationto businesses and business owners seeking protection in Chapter 11. Contact us by email or call our office at 856-988-9055 to schedule an appointment.
Experienced New Jersey Bankruptcy Attorneys
Protecting the rights of individuals and businesses in Cherry Hill, Voorhees, Mount Laurel,
Morristown, Maple Shade and the surrounding communities