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I Defaulted On My SBA Loan, Now What?
  • By: WR Law Group
  • Published: July 19, 2018

If you’ve defaulted on a Small Business Administration (SBA) loan, you could find yourself personally liable and your assets at risk. Fortunately, you may find relief by filing bankruptcy but you must understand how SBA defaults are handled so that you can move quickly to protect your assets. What Happens When You Default? You in default whenever you fail to…Read More

What Happens To My Business When I File Bankruptcy
  • By: WR Law Group
  • Published: July 5, 2018

If you’ve been in business long enough, getting sued by a client is almost inevitable. Fortunately, there are things you can do to protect your business assets and your reputation. Don’t Ignore The Lawsuit Even if you believe a lawsuit to be frivolous, there are serious consequences for ignoring it. Most lawsuits require you to respond within a certain time…Read More

What Happens If I Can’t Make My Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Payments
  • By: WR Law Group
  • Published: June 28, 2018

When you file Chapter 13 bankruptcy, the repayment plan generally lasts three to five years. Unfortunately, a lot can go wrong in that time. Job loss, injury, illness, divorce, or adding to your family can impact your ability to make payments as agreed to in your bankruptcy. So what happens if you can’t make your Chapter 13 bankruptcy payments? Bankruptcy…Read More

What To Do When You Want To File Bankruptcy But Your Business Partner Doesn’t
  • By: WR Law Group
  • Published: June 14, 2018

Business partnerships are great when business is booming but once you hit a severe downturn or realize that the business isn’t earning enough money, you may need to consider Chapter 7 bankruptcy. But what happens when you realize that you need to file a necessary business bankruptcy but your partner doesn’t agree? Here’s what you need to know. You Can…Read More

What Happens To My Business When I File Bankruptcy
  • By: WR Law Group
  • Published: June 11, 2018

Filing for a personal bankruptcy is a difficult decision but going through a personal bankruptcy while exiting a business, adds its own extra dimension of challenges. If you’re considering bankruptcy and trying to exit a business, there are a few best practices you should follow. Open Communication When you’re filing for personal bankruptcy and either liquidating your business or exiting…Read More

What Happens To My Business When I File Bankruptcy
  • By: WR Law Group
  • Published: June 5, 2018

Filing a business bankruptcy? What happens to your company will depend on the type of bankruptcy you file. If you intend to liquidate your business, filing a Chapter 7 bankruptcy allows you to do sell off your assets and cease doing business. But if you want to reorganize your business, Chapter 11 bankruptcy gives you the flexibility to repay debts…Read More

Can I Keep My Kid In Private School And File Bankruptcy
  • By: WR Law Group
  • Published: May 22, 2018

Filing bankruptcy isn’t just for low-income debtors. A matter of fact, it’s the high income debtors who most benefit from a bankruptcy filing because they have assets that they need to protect from creditors. That said, if you’re a high-income debtor with a child in private school you may be concerned that you will be forced to disenroll them. There…Read More

What Happens If I Can’t Make My Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Payments
  • By: WR Law Group
  • Published: May 15, 2018

For business owners facing a mountain of debt, filing bankruptcy may be the only viable option. But what if you’re a business debtor who wants to keep their business open and not dissolve it in Chapter 7 bankruptcy? Fortunately, there are two bankruptcy options that allow you to restructure your business debts—Chapter 11 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy. Similarities There are…Read More

Business Debt Vs. Personal Debt: Know The Difference
  • By: WR Law Group
  • Published: May 14, 2018

Debtors filing for bankruptcy have basically two types of debt: consumer debts and non-consumer debts (aka business debts). If you’re considering a bankruptcy filing, it’s important to know the difference between a consumer debt and a business debt because it will impact your case. What Is A Consumer Debt? A consumer debt is any debt you voluntarily incur to pay…Read More