When you are facing financial hardship, it can feel like there is no way out. You may be facing foreclosure, receiving collection calls for credit card debt, or staring down thousands of dollars in medical bills. The pressure of financial hardship can be overwhelming.
Fortunately, you have options to help you address your financial difficulties and get your life back on track. One of those options may be bankruptcy.
Every situation is unique, and it is important to evaluate your best course of action before you file for bankruptcy. If bankruptcy is the best path forward, you need the assistance of an experienced bankruptcy attorney who takes personal interest in your bankruptcy case. This personal attention is what you can expect at Andersen Law Firm. We recognize that each bankruptcy case, like each individual client, is unique.
At Andersen Law Firm, you will always be able to meet with an attorney who will work with you from beginning to end, answering all of your questions along the way. You deserve a law firm that cares about the success of your bankruptcy case as much as you do, and this is why you need Andersen Law Firm.
Owning and operating a small business is fraught with risk, and small businesses sometimes face financial hardship, often beyond their control. While there are many possible solutions, reorganization through bankruptcy may provide the help your small business requires. Even if reorganization is not an option, bankruptcy can provide a way to orderly wind down a business's operations.
When the future of your small business is on the line, there is little room for error. You need to promptly seek legal advice to determine if bankruptcy is the best option for your business. If it is, you need a bankruptcy attorney who can formulate a bankruptcy strategy, negotiate with creditors and interested parties, and successfully guide your company through bankruptcy. While reorganization through bankruptcy is not without risks, successfully reorganizing through bankruptcy will help position your company for success in the future. At Andersen Law Firm, we will work hard to make your company's bankruptcy successful and to position your company for a profitable future.
CREDITORS & BANKRUPTCY
When you are owed money by somebody who has filed bankruptcy, you naturally have questions. What can I do to get paid? What actions am I even allowed to take? What do I need to do to protect my rights? When can I expect to be paid? Will I get paid anything at all?
To answer these questions, you need an experienced bankruptcy attorney. With experience representing individuals, small businesses, and major corporations as creditors in bankruptcy proceedings, you can trust Andersen Law Firm to provide advice and representation through the complicated bankruptcy process.