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Getting a Small Business Loan After a Bankruptcy

What Will Happen at the 341 Hearing, or Bankruptcy Meeting of Creditors?

If you are involved in a bankruptcy case for your business, you will endure what is known as the 341 hearing, or the meeting of creditors to move forward with your bankruptcy case. This meeting is required by section 341 of the bankruptcy code, which is how it got [...]

Things to Avoid When Filing for Business Bankruptcy in Texas

Ways That You Can Get Your Small Business Out of Debt

Perhaps, as the owner of a small business, you have started to notice the first signs of too much debt and you’ve been starting to worry. Maybe you’ve realized that your business has poor cash flow and you have not been able to pay for the many expenses that [...]

Staying Out of Debt from the Start of Your New Business

Staying Out of Debt from the Start of Your New Business

Within the life of a business, you will almost always experience some type of debt. It is when debt gets out of hand that you might wonder how you can get a handle and get back on track. Some people are able to manage their debt in a reasonable [...]

If I File for Bankruptcy, Will I Keep My Home?

What is the Automatic Stay When You File for a Texas Bankruptcy?

There are many concepts that might be foreign to you when you get started on your Texas bankruptcy filings for your personal business. Perhaps every aspect of the bankruptcy process is fresh to you and, with the help of an attorney, you have gained a better understanding of what [...]

Protecting Yourself from a Lawsuit with Bankruptcy

Understanding How to Eliminate the Tax Lien in Bankruptcy

When you go through the process of Chapter 7 bankruptcy, you might be feeling scared and confused about the outcome of your case. You chose Chapter 7 as a way to get rid of some of your debts and start with a clean slate. If there is a tax lien [...]

Do I Really Need a Bankruptcy Attorney to File Initial Proceedings?

Saying Goodbye to Business: Closing Your LLC After Bankruptcy

Though some individuals will continue to run their business after they have filed for bankruptcy, others might feel that bankruptcy is the end of everything they have grown. If you were unable to pay all of your debts while you had a limited liability company, you might have filed [...]

If I File for Bankruptcy, Will I Keep My Home?

If a Debt Was Discharged in Bankruptcy, Can I Repay It?

If you are unfamiliar with the bankruptcy process but you have already gotten started on this new and confusing journey in your life, you might have questions. One question that many have is concerning bankruptcy discharge, what it means, and the impact it can have on various aspects of [...]

Staying Out of Debt from the Start of Your New Business

Getting Out of Debt as an Entrepreneur: A Difficult Journey

As an entrepreneur, you never want to hear that your business is experiencing “debt.” In fact, it is one of the most stressful realities that many people who own businesses face every single year. You might have heard from the very start of owning your own business that debt [...]

Things to Avoid When Filing for Business Bankruptcy in Texas

Paying Off Debt and the Many Mistakes Business Owners Make

When you are in debt because of your business and decisions that you have made in the past as a business owner, you have many important yet difficult decisions to make for your future. Getting out of debt is a commitment and something that many people see as an [...]

Getting a Small Business Loan After a Bankruptcy

Can I File for Bankruptcy Myself or Do I Need an Attorney?

If you decide to move forward with bankruptcy for your business, you might wonder if it is best to have an attorney on your side through the process or if it is better handled on your own. If you decide to move forward with bankruptcy without an attorney, you [...]