Boca Raton Chapter 11 Lawyers
Chapter 11 bankruptcy is a powerful tool for helping businesses and high net worth individuals reorganize their finances so that they can emerge revitalized and well-positioned to thrive. Any business can find itself the victim of unfortunate financial circumstances. How the leadership of that business chooses to react to that difficult debt situation can determine the future viability of the enterprise.
The principal benefits of Chapter 11 bankruptcy include:
- The reorganization of business debt
- The business is allowed to continue to operate during the bankruptcy proceedings.
To gain the greatest benefit from Chapter 11 bankruptcy, an individual or business owner should choose wisely when selecting an attorney to help guide his or her business through the process. The attorneys of FurrCohen have represented clients in every role in the Chapter 11 process:
- Liquidating trustee
Representing Business In Complex Bankruptcy Filings
At FurrCohen, our firm has been helping business owners for over 30 years. During those decades of serving the needs of the business community, we have represented and confirmed hundreds of successful Chapter 11 bankruptcies. Our extensive experience in bankruptcy has helped us earn great recognition, including being board-certified in bankruptcy. We are one of the largest bankruptcy law firms in Palm Beach County. Our commitment to maximizing our clients’ bankruptcy proceedings has earned our firm a reputation for excellence that we take great pride in.
Contact The Boca Raton Chapter 11 Attorneys Of FurrCohen
If you want to learn more about means to resolve your business’s difficult debt situation, turn to the highly skilled and experienced attorneys of FurrCohen. Our firm is committed to helping people move forward with their lives without the burden of overwhelming debt.
Please contact our Boca Raton, Fl office to speak with our bankruptcy lawyers, call 561-395-0500 or contact us online.
We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.