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Chapter 11 Bankruptcy Reorganization Provides Debt Relief to Corporations

chapter-11.jpgThe United States Bankruptcy Code, which organizes types of bankruptcy into different chapters, offers debt relief to both individuals and corporate entities. If you are individual in need of debt relief, the "liquidation" of non-exempt property facilitate by chapter 7 bankruptcy may be the most sensible option. If it is your corporate entity, whether a corporation, partnership, or other entity, rather than yourself as an individual separate from your business, chapter 11 bankruptcy may be the more prudent choice - especially if it is your intention to remain in business following the bankruptcy process. In determining which chapter of bankruptcy is most appropriate and beneficial, whether as in individual or corporate entity, consult with an experienced San Jose bankruptcy attorney.

Your Chapter 11 Bankruptcy Case Roadmap

Chap 11.jpgThe Chapter 11 bankruptcy process is notoriously complex. Indeed, the process can feel extremely overwhelming for those looking to reorganize their company's liabilities. Here, our San Jose business bankruptcy attorneys have put together a brief roadmap for what you can expect during your Chapter 11 bankruptcy case. More specifically, we have chronologically outlined some of the key events that will take place during the process.

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