Maine Bankruptcy Law & Asset Protection
There are many reasons why individuals and corporations find themselves in financial difficulties. In many instances, the bankruptcy attorneys at Gross, Minsky & Mogul, P.A., can work with your creditors. We will reorganize your debt and work out a repayment program. Help your financial situation and get a feasible solution so you can proactively create a better financial future for you or your business. Sometimes this may include a reduction in the amount owed; other times it may involve restructuring periodic payments, extending the term and lowering the payments. Sometimes, bankruptcy may be the best option.
Types of Bankruptcies
- Chapter 7: liquidation for individuals or corporations
- Chapter 13: formal debt restructuring for individual wage earners
- Chapter 11: corporate restructuring
- Chapter 12: restructuring for fishermen and family farmers
Depending on your particular circumstances, the appropriate debt relief filing can give you or your company a fresh start.
As a creditor of a person or entity, Gross, Minsky & Mogul, P.A., can help protect your interests and assure the maximum feasible repayment plan. Whether your debt is secured or unsecured, Gross, Minsky & Mogul, P.A., offers representation in the court and at meetings of creditors.
Attorneys with Decades of Experience In Bankruptcy Courts | Bangor Bankruptcy Lawyers
Bankruptcy statutes and rules can be a minefield even for the financially sophisticated. These cases are heard in federal bankruptcy court and move differently than a case would in state court. While state court proceedings often progress slowly, these debt relief cases often proceed at a lightning pace. Such cases need the attention of an experienced and respected bankruptcy attorney.
The attorneys at Gross, Minsky & Mogul, P.A., have more than 60 years with the bankruptcy courts in Portland and Bangor. Because we have such extensive experience, we are familiar with the tactics which are often necessary to protect debtors and creditors alike.
Congress requires that we inform you that we are a debt relief agency because we help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.