Knowledgeable Business Bankruptcy Attorney Representation
If your business is faced with the pressure of heavy debts, a business bankruptcy may be your best option for relief. The bankruptcy process — whether a Chapter 7, Chapter 11 or Chapter 12 — is complex and filing for bankruptcy is a lot easier with the help of an experienced lawyer. We are the leading business bankruptcy law firm headquartered in southwestern Pennsylvania.
The law firm of Zebley Mehalov & White, P.C., has offices in Uniontown and Mon Valley and has worked on more than 10,000 bankruptcy cases throughout the region. We are proud to serve as a debt relief agency helping businesses file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.
Lawyers Providing Business Reorganization And Bankruptcy Services
Businesses that are faced with bankruptcy have different needs from individuals. For the specific challenges, there are different forms of business bankruptcy that include:
- Chapter 7 liquidation: For a complete liquidation of the business and a chance for the owner to be relieved of all debts, Chapter 7 bankruptcy is the right bankruptcy to file. This is the most common type of business bankruptcy and provides the most complete relief.
- Chapter 11: Although Chapter 11 is less common than Chapter 7 for businesses, this form can help to save the business. This form calls for a reorganization of the business and a restructuring of current debts. This process is complicated and relies heavily upon working with creditors.
- Chapter 12 for family farms: For the family farms, Chapter 12 is typically the best option. The process is more streamlined, less expensive and less complicated than a typical Chapter 11 bankruptcy.
Since the specific needs of a business that is filing for bankruptcy will vary greatly, and no set plan will work for everyone, our firm can provide the personal attention necessary to achieve the best solution for your business.
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We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.