Eugene Business Bankruptcy Lawyer
Small businesses are as susceptible to financial difficulties as consumers are. Problematic business debt can be just as stressful and frightening as personal or family debt.
Millions of small businesses have struggled to stay alive during the recent economic downturn, and this trend may continue. Many family operations and community-based businesses in Oregon find themselves in debt because of revenue losses, unpaid taxes and other problems related to the recession. In some cases, bankruptcy can be a useful tool to keep a business running.
Debt Relief Through Chapter 13
At The Law Office of Kim Covington, I help small businesses obtain debt relief through bankruptcy. This relief often involves stopping creditor harassment, establishing workable debt repayment plans and regaining a sense of hope through Chapter 13 reorganization. I may be able to help you if your situation involves:
- Unpaid payroll taxes
- Unpaid quarterly taxes, including those that may have gone unfiled for years
- Credit lines or other unsecured loans
- Debt on real property, equipment and inventory
Bankruptcy is not right for every business. As an experienced bankruptcy lawyer, I can review your assets and debts, answer your questions and help you weigh the costs and benefits of filing Chapter 13.
Contact A Springfield Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Attorney | Free Consultation
Contact me, Kim Covington, to schedule a free consultation with a Eugene business bankruptcy attorney. I offer payment plans and flexible evening and weekend hours, by appointment, in the Eugene, Oregon, area. I charge low flat rates, not hourly fees, for individual and small-business bankruptcy filings.