Bankruptcy - Involuntary Bankruptcy

Bankruptcy - Involuntary Bankruptcy

Forced Into Bankruptcy? We Can Help

If you are in financial trouble, as an individual or a business, it can be a confusing, extremely stressful time. That stress is often compounded when an involuntary bankruptcy becomes a possibility. At Seltzer Mayberg, we use our years of experience and extensive knowledge of bankruptcy law to make sure your financial future is stable and set up for success.

What Is Involuntary Bankruptcy?

When a creditor requests that a business or person file for bankruptcy, it is known as an involuntary bankruptcy. For the most part, the bankruptcy process is started by the debtor themselves, but when it’s involuntary, the court is petitioned to initiate the proceedings. Creditors often force bankruptcy if they are concerned that they will not be paid back if bankruptcy proceedings are started. An involuntary bankruptcy forces the debtor to pay the creditor back. This process is more common for businesses and less for individuals.
Fortunately, you have the option to object the filing and force a case. There are limitations to what you can do and specific ways to petition creditors to avoid involuntary bankruptcy. As veteran bankruptcy attorneys, we know exactly how to navigate these complex legal systems to increase your chances of success.

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At Seltzer Mayberg, we take pride in the personalized service we offer to every client. We are available 24/7 to answer your questions and deal with any problems that may arise because legal issues don’t always run on regular business hours.

As award-winning, aggressive attorneys, we are determined to protect your rights and your future to the best of our ability. Contact us today at 305-444-1565 to schedule a free consultation.

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