South Florida Corporate Business Bankruptcy Lawyer
Our South Florida corporate bankruptcy lawyer is prepared to help you determine the most favorable debt relief option for your business.
What we can do for you
There are plenty of options available to businesses that find themselves in financial crisis, and we will fight to see that every opportunity for a fast and beneficial resolution is achieved. From corporate bankruptcy chapter 7 to adversary proceedings, our team is ready to fight for you.
Corporate bankruptcy chapter 7 requires liquidation of all non-excluded assets. The financial value of these assets, combined with any other available funds, are applied to repay as much of the debt as possible before it is forgiven by the court.Request Free Case Evaluation
Chapter 11 Corporation
Chapter 11 corporate bankruptcy is available to small and large businesses that have a large imbalance in their debt to income ratio. When paying your monthly bills becomes a challenge, you may not have any other alternative if you want to stay in business.Learn More
Chapter 11 Small Business
Small business owners struggling with debt may have several options to consider. For small businesses with the available means to restructure and continue operation, Chapter 11 corporate bankruptcy may be an effective method.Request Free Case Evaluation
A creditor or a Trustee may file an adversary proceeding against a Debtor. An adversary proceeding begins with the filing of an adversary complaint alleging improper or wrongful conduct by the Debtor or someone connected to the Debtor.Request Free Case Evaluation
Need More Information
Corporate bankruptcies are complex legal matters, it is always a wise move to enlist the services of a highly experienced Ft. Lauderdale bankruptcy attorney.
GET TO KNOW OUR LEGAL TEAM
The best strategy for success is to have a winning team behind you. Meet our multiligual team (English, Spanish, Creole).
At Van Horn Law Group, our highly dedicated team of professionals offer you excellent legal care at an affordable price. We pride ourselves in putting you first in everything that we do. When you need someone to fight for your legal rights, the team at Van Horn Law Group is here for you.
Our main headquarters is located in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, but we help clients throughout the State of Florida. We represent clients in personal bankruptcy, corporate bankruptcy, student loan litigation and consolidation, estate planning, LGBT estate planning, foreclosure defense, corporate representation, health care law, civil litigation and debt relief.
Our award winning Florida attorney has been recognized and earned
- Superstar Pro Bono Attorney from Legal Aid Service of Broward County, Inc
- South Florida's Top Rate Lawyers from Legal Leaders
- Heart of the Community from Big Brother Big Sisters of Broward County
- AV Preeminent® Rated from Martindale-Hubbell®
- Super Lawyer Florida Rising Star from Super Lawyers®
- Avvo Top Bankruptcy Contributor 2012 from Avvo
- Avvo Clients' Choice from Avvo
- Overall Client Rating 5.0 from Martindale-Hubbell®
Find answers to the most commonly asked questions from our business bankruptcy lawyer.
What happens when a business files Chapter 11?
Unlike chapter 7, when a business files for chapter 11, a trustee will usually not be appointed and the debtor will remain a "debtor in possession" (DIP) with the same management in place unless the bankruptcy court orders a trustee appointed for "cause" (including fraud, dishonesty, incompetence or gross mismanagement of the affairs of the debtor by its current management), or if the court determines that appointment of a trustee is in the best interest of creditors.Read Other FAQs
TALK TO OUR CORPORATE BANKRUPTCY LAWYER
Discover your options with our award winning South Florida lawyer, completely free of charge.
At Van Horn Law Group, P.A., our experienced South Florida lawyer and business bankruptcy lawyer is ready to review your case to see what options are available to you. With years of experience helping people just like you with their financial decisions, you can be confident that we will not lead you astray. The first step towards making an informed decision is filling out the Free Case Evaluation form on this page.
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About Our Zero Down Bankruptcy Option
While many people opt to pay for fees at once or on a retainer basis, some prefer to utilize our $0 Down payment option. Here's how it works: After you sign an engagement for services agreement with our firm, generally speaking, the court filing fees and costs will be paid up front. These can be waived in certain circumstances. You do not pay anything initially for our bankruptcy legal fees. We work out a payment plan with you, where you are aware of the fees in advance for our services. You'll pay on a monthly basis over 12 months until our fee is paid. Some clients find this help to allow them to meet all their obligations while the bankruptcy process proceeds. If you have further questions about our services or this option, please don't hesitate to contact our office.