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Chapter 11

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Reorganization under Bankruptcy Chapter 11Chapter 11 Bankruptcy or “Reorganization” is perhaps the most famous as it is common for large corporations such as Delta Airlines, General Motors and Six Flags, but is also available to smaller businesses and certain individuals with a particularly large amount of debt. Chapter 11 allows the most amount of control over the process to debtors and their attorneys, but also is by far the most expensive. Some individuals that may not consider themselves to be particularly wealthy may be forced to file a Chapter 11 case as a result of certain debt situations, including an unusually high amount of secured or unsecured debt. There are also some individual situations in which a strategic Chapter 11 filing may allow certain debtors the ability to avoid certain mortgages that would otherwise be unavoidable. Aqualified bankruptcy attorney can help you to determine if a Chapter 11 case is right for you. Call the Law Offices of James Wingfield at 508-797-0200 or visit our contact page to schedule a consultation.

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