Chapter 7 bankruptcy

Experienced Guidance with Filing for Chapter 7 Business Bankruptcy in Florida

Skilled bankruptcy lawyers serving business owners in Naples, Fort Myers and Port Charlotte

If your business is struggling with debt, filing for Chapter 7 bankruptcy might be an effective option. Sole proprietorships, corporations and partnerships can choose to file for protection under Chapter 7 bankruptcy. In Florida, the dedicated bankruptcy attorneys of Miller, Hollander & Jeda review the unique circumstances of your financial situation and help you determine your best course of action. With more than 35 years of experience focused solely on bankruptcy law, asset protection and financial problems, we are highly qualified to offer your business the help it needs without delay.

Reasons to consider Chapter 7 business bankruptcy

As a business owner, considering bankruptcy means your venture has reached the point of financial failure. That is a difficult reality to face. Getting sound legal advice and answers to your most urgent questions is imperative.

At Miller, Hollander & Jeda, we address all of your immediate concerns regarding business bankruptcy in Florida. Chapter 7 might be a good option if:

  • Your business debts have reached a level that you cannot foresee being able to pay back
  • Creditors and bill collectors are harassing you or your employees
  • Your business is facing a court judgment that is well beyond its means

If your business debts are putting your personal stability at risk, it is time to consider liquidation through Chapter 7 bankruptcy. If the business might survive through reorganization, Chapter 11 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy might be a better choice. We can help you make the best decision and move forward to financial freedom.

Handling corporate and LLC business bankruptcy

Chapter 7 personal bankruptcy discharges your personal liability for debts but does not affect your corporation's or LLC's liability. A business must use special Chapter 7 bankruptcy procedures that require legal help to file. When the process is complete, the business won't owe any remaining debts. At Miller, Hollander & Jeda, we stand ready to help business owners efficiently and thoroughly prepare to file Chapter 7 bankruptcy in Florida.

Get answers to your questions about Chapter 7 business bankruptcy with a free consultation today

If your business debts have become overwhelming, we may be able to help. Let us guide you through the practical steps to get a fresh financial start through bankruptcy. Call us at 239.775.2000 or contact Miller, Hollander & Jeda online today to schedule a free, private and confidential consultation at any of our three locations in Southwest Florida.