At Schwartz Flansburg, we are one of the few firms in this part of Nevada to provide Chapter 11 bankruptcy services. This type of bankruptcy is typically known as a “business reorganization” because it involves developing a plan of reorganization to present to creditors. The plan of reorganization is essentially the contract that tells creditors what they will receive through the reorganization. This chapter of the bankruptcy code usually applies to businesses or individuals with a significant amount of debt.
Corporate bankruptcy can be both expensive and time consuming, which is why it is important to have an attorney with experience in Chapter 11 filings. Attorney Samuel A. Schwartz handled a wide range of Chapter 11 matters for large corporations, including Zenith Electronics, United Artists and W. R. Grace & Co. His experience makes our firm especially well prepared to handle reorganizations. Because of the cost of the fees and complexity of Chapter 11 bankruptcy rules, most cases are filed by businesses. There may be other choices, such as receivership, for companies experiencing cash flow problems. They may seek corporate liquidation under Chapter 7. Our lawyers advise clients about the best financial option for their circumstances.
The steps for filing corporate bankruptcy include the following:
These steps represent a simple explanation of a complicated process. For more information, Las Vegas businesses seeking debt relief through Chapter 11 should contact our law firm.
At The Schwartz Flansburg Law Firm, we will assess your unique financial situation, ask the right questions and explain the legal and financial alternatives available in clear and understandable language. Contact us to learn more about our bankruptcy practice in Las Vegas. We have Spanish-speaking staff to assist those who communicate best in Spanish.
For a free consultation, please call 702.385.5544 or fill out a form and we’ll be in touch.
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