Longview Bankruptcy Attorneys
Connecting Our Clients With Debt Relief Services & Solutions
Surveying the needs of our community, we have expanded our practice footprint to include commercial bankruptcy matters. Unforeseen complications can arise in simple and complex financing arrangements, and some of these result in bankruptcy for the commercial debtor. The experienced business attorneys at Coghlan Crowson, LLP can assist you in protecting those assets through the bankruptcy proceedings, ensuring that fair valuations are met and the highest standards are kept in the process.
We can provide assistance for commercial matters and disputes that may involve the following:
- Chapter 7 liquidation
- Chapter 11 reorganization
- Collection matters
- Deficiency suits
- Debt settlement and repayment structures
When Can You File for Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Again?
If you’ve filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy in Texas before, there is a waiting period for when you’ll be able to file again. From your filing date of your previous Chapter 7, you will have to wait eight years. However, if you previously filed for Chapter 7 and are planning to file a Chapter 11 bankruptcy, you will have to wait half that time at four years.
We represent commercial creditors in both Chapter 7 and Chapter 11 bankruptcy matters, and offer solutions in protecting assets and realizing the most value from the proceedings.
After more than four decades of experience in the local business community, Coghlan Crowson, LLP is positioned to design and articulate legal strategies that help our clients achieve milestones. We advocate for our clients in the manner best suited to the individual situation.
If you want to explore debt relief options in bankruptcy, please do not hesitate to reach out to our bankruptcy attorneys in Northeast Texas for help. At Coghlan Crowson, LLP, it is our goal to provide our clients with the highest quality of legal assistance and guide them through the process toward a brighter future.
We strive to be a trusted source of legal guidance for our community.
We serve today's generation so that future generations are protected.
We serve our clients with answers to challenging legal questions.