Sakhia Law Group has represented individuals and businesses in bankruptcy and debtor rehabilitation for over 10 years of service to all types of client, most of whom have never before dealt with the complexities and remedies available under the law – the objective being a fair settlement of obligations consonant with the rehabilitation of the debtor. In recent years, bankruptcy situations have become increasingly common, primarily as a result of the 1978 Bankruptcy Reform Act. By promoting greater flexibility in procedures, the Act eliminated the stigma associated with filing for protection. Reorganization of an ailing debtor has become a given of twenty-first-century business life. Our commitment to excellence in this field is furthered by the personal involvement of our firm members in every case – no matter the field, no matter the problem. A salient feature of the firm’s personal service is the practice pioneered by us of providing revenue and sales projections to aid the courts in administering a debtor’s rehabilitation. Our firm represents both debtors and creditors in bankruptcy proceedings, so we have a special understanding of both sides of the issues.
Please remember that in financial hard times, individuals, as well as businesses, may need out of the box thinking. Bankruptcy laws are there to help. However, understanding these laws and navigating through the requirements may be challenging. Bankruptcy proceedings, when pursued properly may be the difference between success and failure. Let us help you through the Bankruptcy proceedings, should you find yourself in a challenging situation on the financial front.
We have successfully represented clients whose bankruptcy petitions have been challenged either by the US DOJ, Trustee’s Office, and Debtors by way of initiating adversary proceedings.
If you wish to discuss your legal options out of the financial jam, we can help. Contact us today by emailing us at nhs@SakhiaLawGroup.com or by using the contact form below or call us at (972) 359-9274, to schedule a consultation with our law group.
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