Chapter 11 bankruptcy

The Mobster Museum Files For A Chapter 11 Bankruptcy

Call: 888-297-6203 The Las Vegas Mobster Museum has gone bankrupt with a debt of 5.8 million dollars and has filed for a Chapter 11 bankruptcy. The museum, after the FBI evidence room, has the world’s largest collection of crime artifacts. The debt owed by the museum is proportionally more than the amount that Capone had owed to the IRS. Capone owed $215,000 to the IRS, at the time of his arrest in 1931, which is equivalent to almost 3 million dollars in today’s time. It had lead to 11 years’ imprisonment for Capone. JVLV Holdings LLC purchased the [...]

2019-11-27T10:21:27+00:00

Can Bankruptcy Affect Your Chance of Getting Mortgage?

Call: 888-297-6203 Overwhelming debts require you to take some action if you wish to avoid repossession, foreclosure or lawsuit. Bankruptcy can be a way out, but you pay the price for it. You end up hurting your credit rating for as long as ten years in case of a Chapter 7 bankruptcy and seven years in case of Chapter 13 bankruptcy. Getting credit after bankruptcy can be extremely difficult. Thus, if you wish to get a mortgage, bankruptcy can be bad! According to Dallas based bankruptcy law firm Recovery Law Group lawyers, bankruptcy lowers your credit score considerably, [...]

2019-09-03T12:08:51+00:00

Chapter 11 or Chapter 13: What is Best For a Small Business?

Small businesses, when comes under acute pressure of financial liabilities, do not have many options with them. Filing for bankruptcy can be the only option if you had like to revive your small business or wrap up the same. Chapter 7 bankruptcy will lead to winding up of the small business while Chapter 11 or Chapter 13 (if qualified) can help you in keeping the business running. To learn more about Chapter 7 and its benefits, log on to https://bankruptcy.recoverylawgroup.com/. How does Chapter 11 or Chapter 13 help? The concept or logic used in Chapter 11 or Chapter [...]

2019-08-07T11:31:27+00:00

Bankruptcy and Business Continuity

The common illusion about bankruptcy is that a business might have to wrap up after bankruptcy or business will not be able to continue after bankruptcy. However, this might not be true in most scenarios. There are different sections under which bankruptcy could be filed, these maybe Chapter 7 or 11 or 13. The company structure, business activity, assets and the fixed or probable income available to fund a repayment schedule can help in determining the right section to file bankruptcy. Factors of consideration for business continuity Is the business really making money? Not every startup idea is [...]

2019-08-07T11:31:11+00:00

Can You Convert Your Bankruptcy Chapter?

Filing for bankruptcy is a big decision. It is important to choose the bankruptcy chapter which can help protect most of your assets and results in the discharge of various debts. There are numerous factors involved while choosing a specific chapter to file bankruptcy. A lot of what happens to your circumstances and the time taken to discharge depends on the chapter of bankruptcy you have filed for. However, if your circumstances change, there are provisions available to switch the bankruptcy chapter. Changing bankruptcy chapter can be a complicated process.  Los Angeles based bankruptcy law firm https://bankruptcy.recoverylawgroup.com/, therefore, advised that [...]

2019-07-11T10:36:44+00:00

Here’s what you need to know about Chapter 11 bankruptcy

Chapter 11 bankruptcy is for businesses to get their debts reorganized and also gain enough financial stability so as to avoid any liquidation of their business assets. Though there could be scenarios in which we encounter individuals who qualify for Chapter 11 bankruptcy, this filing mostly involves the businesses. The features of Chapter 11 bankruptcy are as below: Chapter 11 bankruptcy allows the regular operation of the business that is undergoing the crisis and still works on ways towards repaying the creditors in the business This type of filing can be voluntarily initiated by the debtor. In a [...]

2019-06-20T11:19:34+00:00

Bankruptcy Trustee’s Role in Chapter 11 Filing

Almost all bankruptcy filings get a trustee assigned to their case by the court. Chapter 11 is no different in this regard and the role of the bankruptcy trustee in the Chapter 11 scenario is as follows: The U.S Trustee assigned by the court for Chapter 11 bankruptcy will oversee the entire case as it progresses and also review how the case is being administered The Trustee will also be responsible for monitoring the debtor under purview, while his business continues to operate normally The Trustee will be responsible for collecting the fee from the debtor. This is [...]

2019-06-14T08:29:42+00:00

Your reorganization plan after Chapter 11 bankruptcy

Chapter 11 bankruptcy, also known as reorganization bankruptcy, is exclusive for corporations, partnerships and individuals to work on their reorganization strategy in the midst of financial struggles. They work on reorganizing their finances and restructuring of their debts. Since this bankruptcy has no debt ceiling (different from Chapter 13 bankruptcy), it is much preferred by small and large businesses for the restructuring of their open debts. […]

2019-05-06T10:06:24+00:00

What are the Debt Relief Options for Small Businesses and their Owners?

Starting a business in uncertain times can go anywhere. Whether you reach the zeniths of success or taste failure, it is a matter of chance. The odds are stacked against you no matter which business you wish to start. A lot of financial capital, overhead expenses, and advertising are involved to make any business a successful venture. However, sometimes, business owners might find themselves struggling with these expenses, trying to stay afloat or make a profit. In case small business owners or start-ups are facing problems in managing their finances (personal or business) they might find themselves under [...]

2019-05-06T12:45:33+00:00

All You Wanted to Know About Bankruptcy Basis Process

The Bankruptcy Code is a uniform federal law which is used to govern all bankruptcy-related cases. According to U.S. Constitution Article I, Section 8, Congress is authorized to enact “uniform Laws on the subject of Bankruptcies”. The “Bankruptcy Code” (title 11 of United States Code) was thus enacted by the Congress in 1978 and has undergone several amendments since then. The bankruptcy process proceedings are governed by the Bankruptcy Rules (Federal Rules of Bankruptcy Procedure) and local rules of each bankruptcy court. As per bankruptcy rules, a certain set of official forms are to be used in bankruptcy [...]

2019-05-06T10:15:15+00:00