How Chapter 11 Can Benefit Small Businesses
As a small-business owner, you may have been especially hard-hit by the downturn in the economy. When overhead remains the same, but revenue drops, it can be hard to keep a small business afloat.
At the Law Offices of Buddy D. Ford, P.A., in Tampa, we know what you are going through. Over the years, our firm has helped more businesses file for Chapter 11 bankruptcy than any other firm in the Middle District of Florida. We are committed to helping you reduce your debts and regain control of your finances while keeping your doors open.
Reduce Your Debts And Keep Your Business Afloat
As a business owner, your main concern is the effect that filing for bankruptcy will have on your business. At the Law Offices of Buddy D. Ford, P.A., we will explain the short- and long-term impacts bankruptcy will have on your business.
We want you to be as informed as possible. Our lawyers are always accessible and ready to answer any questions you may have.
During Chapter 11 bankruptcy, you work toward keeping your business open or liquidating your company with minimal debt. No matter what your goal, we will develop a reorganization plan that gets you there.
Choose A Business Bankruptcy Specialist Attorney
Attorney Buddy Ford is highly experienced in Chapter 11 bankruptcy. He is board-certified as a specialist in business bankruptcy by the American Board of Certification and has served as a Chapter 11 trustee and counsel to creditors’ committees. His complete understanding of bankruptcy laws and processes benefits you. He knows how to guide you through the bankruptcy process while protecting your assets.
Call Us For A Consultation
For more information about Chapter 11 bankruptcy and the benefits it can provide to your business, call 813-302-1258 or 866-596-9247 or complete our online intake form. Our main office is in Tampa, but our firm also has offices in Pinellas County and we are willing to travel to meet where it is most convenient for you.
We are a debt relief agency. We help businesses and individuals file for debt relief under the Bankruptcy Code.