Plantation Family & Small Business Bankruptcy Lawyer
Helping Florida Businesses And Business Owners With Debts
People who own interests in small businesses frequently have their individual assets intertwined with those of the business. For example, you may use your own assets to make purchases for the business or run the business out of your family home.
Owning a business comes with a great deal of responsibility, but it should not leave you personally liable for the business’s debts. What will happen to you and your family if the business is not succeeding? Will you lose your home? Will you be able to pay your bills?
At the law firm of Nowack & Olson, PLLC, we help individuals, families and small businesses that are struggling under unmanageable debt. Our Plantation small business bankruptcy lawyers have spent more than 40 collective years assisting people just like you. We can help you understand your options, determine a plan for success and help you execute it.
What Can I Do If My Business Is In Debt?
Sometimes, merely closing a struggling business is not enough if you have personally guaranteed business debts. It may be necessary to file bankruptcy as an individual while also pursuing bankruptcy for your business. If you wish to keep operating your business, Chapter 11 bankruptcy may be an option. We can explain the differences between different chapters, or types, of bankruptcy so you know which is right for you.
Contact Us Today To Schedule Your Free Consultation With A Plantation Bankruptcy Lawyer
At Nowack & Olson, we are a small business dedicated to helping people get out of debt. Don’t let a failing business drag you and your family down personally. Contact Nowack & Olson to arrange a free initial consultation at our offices in Fort Lauderdale, Miami or Palm Beach. We are experienced with bankruptcy for small businesses. Call 866-907-2970 or fill out our contact form to be contacted by one of our bankruptcy lawyers.