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Insolvency & Bankruptcy

Our team of experienced attorneys understands that financial challenges can be overwhelming and stressful. We are here to help our clients navigate the complex process of litigation, insolvency, and bankruptcy with energy, compassion, expertise, and efficiency. Our attorneys have extensive experience in all areas of bankruptcy law, including Chapter 7, Chapter 11, Chapter 12, and Chapter 13 bankruptcies; however, our greatest expertise is in Chapters 7 and 11.

Chapter 7 Bankruptcy is designed for individuals and businesses who are unable to pay their debts and need a fresh start. This type of bankruptcy allows individuals and businesses to discharge most unsecured debts, such as credit card debt and medical bills, and keep exempt property. Our attorneys will guide our clients through the process of filing for Chapter 7 Bankruptcy and help them determine which debts can be discharged.

Chapter 11 Bankruptcy is typically used by businesses that need to restructure their debt and operations to stay afloat. This type of bankruptcy allows businesses to continue operating while they work to reorganize their finances and operations. Our attorneys have extensive experience in representing businesses in Chapter 11 Bankruptcy cases, and we are committed to helping our clients emerge from bankruptcy stronger and more financially stable.

Chapter 12 Bankruptcy is specifically designed for family farmers and fishermen who are facing financial difficulties. This type of bankruptcy allows family farmers and fishermen to restructure their debts and operations while continuing to operate their businesses. Our attorneys understand the unique challenges faced by our farmers and fishermen, and we are committed to providing them with effective and compassionate legal representation.

At Liberatore DeBoer & Ryan, PC, we understand that the prospect of bankruptcy can be daunting. We are committed to making the bankruptcy process as painless as possible for our clients. Our attorneys will provide compassionate guidance and support throughout the process.