Chapter 12 Bankruptcy
What is Chapter 12 Bankruptcy?
Chapter 12 bankruptcy, allows farmers, ranchers or fisherman to reorganize and pay secured and unsecured debts over an extended period of time. This is done through a plan filed with the Court. It can be used by individuals, partnerships or corporations whose income is primarily from farming, ranching or fishing operations. The process is somewhat like a Chapter 13 but more flexible and with larger debt ceiling limitations.
Why Should I Contact a San Antonio Bankruptcy Attorney?
A successful Chapter 12 case requires the skill of an lawyer with experience in Chapter 12 proceedings. It requires the ability on the part of the lawyer to explain the complex Chapter 12 process, which at times may seem burdensome and overwhelming, so it can be understood and used effectively by the client. San Antonio bankruptcy lawyer Martin Seidler has handled bankruptcy cases for over 30 years. Mr. Seidler has used chapter 12 cases to successfully reorganize various businesses including dairy farm operations.
If you’re searching for an experienced Chapter 12 bankruptcy lawyer in San Antonio, you’ve come to the right place. With more than three decades of bankruptcy experience, attorney Martin Seidler is more than capable of reviewing your current financial status to determine if Chapter 12 bankruptcy is right for your company or you. Many times, Chapter 12 is not appropriate and another Chapter of the Bankruptcy Code made provide better relief. Mr. Seidler can help you analyze your business’s financial situation and work with your accountants to decide the best course to take.
Contact San Antonio Chapter 12 bankruptcy attorney Martin Seidler today to schedule a consultation to discuss your case.
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