OPERATING YOUR BUSINESS WHILE IN CHAPTER 11 BANKRUPTCY
Part of the Chapter 11 bankruptcy code provides that a business currently in Chapter 11 bankruptcy can continue normal business operations and perform essential business functions. There are, however, many things a business cannot do while in Chapter 11. If you operate a business on the Big Island and are thinking of filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection, it’s essential to have an experienced and knowledgeable Big Island bankruptcy attorney to advise you throughout the bankruptcy process to ensure that your business can continue to operate in full compliance with Chapter 11 bankruptcy law. The Honoka`a office of Barbara L. Franklin has helped Big Island business owners file for Chapter 11 bankruptcy and keep their business running, and can help yours do the same.
ISLAND OF HAWAII CHAPTER 11 BANKRUPTCY
Filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy can be an emotionally devastating experience for any Hawaii business owner. But there is good news: you can continue to operate your business on the Big Island while in Chapter 11 bankruptcy, provided you do so in full compliance with the law. The provisions of Chapter 11 bankruptcy code can be confusing, and no business owner can be expected to sort through them or even understand them without an experienced bankruptcy attorney. It is not the time to go it alone. For years, Big Island bankruptcy attorney Barbara L. Franklin has been helping Hawaii businesses continue operations while in Chapter 11 bankruptcy, and is ready to act as your adviser and advocate as you continue to operate your business while in Chapter 11, whether you’re located in Honoka`a, Hilo, Kailua Kona, Keaau, Waimea, Kalaoa, or anywhere else on the Big Island.
YOUR BIG ISLAND CHAPTER 11 BANKRUPTCY LAWYER
If your business qualifies for Chapter 11 bankruptcy, it’s because you have managed your business well enough that it will be able to repay more of its debts than it would if it were liquidated and shut down altogether. The Hawaii Bankruptcy Court understands that, as a business owner, you are savvy enough to eventually work your way out of the financial hardship you’re currently experiencing and are putting their trust in your abilities as a business owner to satisfy the terms of your Chapter 11 bankruptcy filing. With offices conveniently located in Honokaa, HI, Big Island bankruptcy attorney Barbara L. Franklin can help you ensure that your business operations are in compliance with Chapter 11 bankruptcy law, and will fight to keep your business up and running.
CALL TODAY FOR A FREE CONSULTATION
Call 775-0530, or visit her office at 45-3438 Mamane Street, Bldg 2, in Honokaa, HI, and put Hawaii bankruptcy attorney Barbara L. Franklin to work on your case today.