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Chapter 7 Bad Faith Filing and Criminal Fraud

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When you file for Chapter 7 bankruptcy as an individual or as a business entity, you are expected to file for bankruptcy in good faith. In other words, whether you are filing for Chapter 7 bankruptcy as a sole proprietor or as a larger business like an LLC or a corporation, the U.S. Bankruptcy… Read More »

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Involuntary Chapter 7 for a Tampa Small Business

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When you are struggling to keep your small business in Tampa afloat, the prospect of facing a lawsuit from a creditor or debt collector can be extremely stressful. You may even be considering the possibility of Chapter 11 bankruptcy for your business in order to reorganize your debts and to get caught up on… Read More »

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How Does a Restaurant Close Down If It Wants to File for Chapter 7 Bankruptcy?

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If you are a restaurant owner in the Tampa Bay area and are planning to file for Chapter 7 bankruptcy, we know that you probably have numerous questions about how to begin the process of closing down your business. What will you do with perishable items? What are you supposed to do with the… Read More »

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Closing a Restaurant in Tampa Bay

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Closing a Restaurant or Bar in Tampa Bay? The COVID-19 virus has wreaked financial havoc for bars and restaurants in Tampa.   On  March 17, 2020, the Governor ordered all bars to be closed temporarily, and restaurants could only provide take-out services.  Many business owners decided to close down completely.  This was of course a… Read More »

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Chapter 11 and Bank Account Garnishments in Florida

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Most businesses in the Tampa Bay area that file for Chapter 11 bankruptcy expect that they will benefit from the automatic stay connected to their bankruptcy filing. The automatic stay is designed to prevent creditors from taking any additional actions to collect on debt, and in most cases the automatic stay prevents any lawsuits… Read More »

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The HAVEN Act and Veterans Benefits in Bankruptcy

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For veterans in Florida who need bankruptcy protection and are considering filing for Chapter 7 bankruptcy, the prospect of passing the “means test” can be complicated and, in some cases quite difficult, given the way in which current bankruptcy law requires courts to consider certain veterans’ benefits as part of a veteran’s income. In… Read More »

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Collecting a Judgment Against a Corporation After Chapter 7 Bankruptcy

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Corporations, as well as individuals, can file for Chapter 7 bankruptcy in order to have debts discharged. For both businesses and consumers who file for Chapter 7 bankruptcy, there are certain protections associated with filing for bankruptcy, including the automatic stay, which prevents creditors from continuing to collect on debts as soon as the… Read More »

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Shopping Mall Bankruptcy

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Insolvent Businesses and Bankruptcy Auctions When a business becomes insolvent, it’s unlikely that a bankruptcy court will approve a Chapter 11 reorganization. To be sure, it’s pretty difficult for such a business to prove that it might be able to repay any debts. And that’s exactly what happened recently in Plantation, Florida. According to… Read More »

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Tampa/Florida Chapter 7 Bankruptcy and What Happens to Liquor Licenses

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Many bars and restaurants that open in Tampa end up having significant financial difficulties, and many end up realizing that they have more debts than they can adequately manage. In some cases, restaurants and bars may be able to reorganize their debts through Chapter 11 bankruptcy, which also allows the business to keep its… Read More »

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Why a Chapter 7 Debtor Should Never Sign a Reaffirmation Agreement

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For debtors in the Tampa Bay area who are thinking about filing for Chapter 7 bankruptcy, it is important to learn more about reaffirmation agreements and how they can affect your bankruptcy discharge. As you may know, Chapter 7 bankruptcy is also called liquidation bankruptcy, which refers to the fact that a debtor’s assets… Read More »

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