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If you are on this page then you are investigating the possibility of your company filing for bankruptcy protection. Therefore, make sure to answer all the questions as the company, not yourself. Make notes if you have any questions.
The information in this web site is not intended to constitute legal advice or to create an attorney-client relationship. It is also important to note that the information contained in this article may be outdated.
It is very important that you obtain legal advice from an experienced bankruptcy attorney regarding your particular situation. Consultation before you take action will certainly cost you less than what it will cost to fix your unintentional errors.
Note that this firm does not represent you until you have actually paid a retainer fee and signed a retainer agreement. Please do not give out our name to your creditors until you have made the necessary arrangements with our office. If you have an emergency please call our office to discuss special arrangements.
In a few cases bankruptcy may not be the best option at the time. We will help you determine what other options might be available. But, if bankruptcy is the best option for your company then it is our job to help you throughout the entire process. It is also our job to make sure you understand the complex legal issues involved with bankruptcy. Here are some Small Business FAQ’s.
Also, you may want to review some comments that our clients have shared with us about our services. We are very proud of our reputation with our clients, fellow lawyers and the education community.
Step 1: Get Informed & Schedule Free Consultation
Before beginning, we require you to complete the following steps in order to be well informed of the process of filing bankruptcy. Please follow the steps below and then schedule your First Free Bankruptcy consultation with us:
Review Educational Videos
The links below are to videos for Bankruptcy basics by United States Court. We highly recommend to take some time and watch all the videos below to clearly comprehend the process involved in filing bankruptcy, your duties in filing bankruptcy and dispel many myths about bankruptcy.
Financial Status Form for a Company
The general review of financial status form is intended to provide Ms. Drain with sufficient information to properly advise you as to whether or not bankruptcy would help with your company’s situation; and if so, which type of bankruptcy would be the most beneficial. This information will also assist in identifying specific areas of concern that could lead to difficulty in filing a bankruptcy at this time.
Fill out the form on-line and then we can talk.
NOTE: If you use Internet Explorer you may see a small pop-up window at the bottom of your computer screen that reads “Secured content is displayed”, then a box “show all content” MAKE SURE TO MARK THAT BOX OTHERWISE YOU CANNOT SEE THE FORM. This does not happen in Firefox or Chrome.
Please note, that sending us your information is not a commitment to filing for bankruptcy protection. This form allows us to determine the best course of action for your particular situation. We may advise you to wait a period of time before filing for bankruptcy or to take another route completely.
Once you are through the previous 2 steps and we have received your Financial Status Form. We will call you to schedule your free telephonic consultation session with Ms. Drain.
If you have any questions or concerns prior to receiving our call, feel free to contact us at:
What do I do now that I completed my telephone conference with Diane?
Assuming Diane agreed to help you with a bankruptcy she will send you two emails: (1) from her “What’s Next”, (2) from MyCaseInfo where you will fill out information necessary for the bankruptcy process.
Disclaimer: The information in this web site is not intended to constitute legal advice or to create an attorney-client relationship. The information, documents or forms provided herein is intended for general information purposes only and must not be regarded as legal advice. Laws change periodically; therefore the information in this site may not be accurate. It is imperative that you seek legal counsel in order to ascertain your rights and obligations under the applicable law and based upon your specific circumstances.