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Going Broke but Gaining Relief: Insight on the Emotional Ebbs and Flows of Bankruptcy Cases - Commercial & Bankruptcy Law News

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Commercial & Bankruptcy Law News


Posted on: Dec 9, 2014

By Terry E. Hall, Faegre Baker Daniels LLP

Although this article is about the relief individuals feel after bankruptcy and putting some manageable certainty into their lives, as a lawyer that works with distressed companies in bankruptcy, I can tell you that the owners of closely held small and mid-size businesses feel the same way when a Chapter 11 case works and the business debts are relieved and made more manageable. Often these owners have contributed everything, including what would be their own exempt assets, to try and keep the business afloat as well as personally guaranteed all the debts. Successfully restructuring a closely held business is really relief doubled – business and owner survive. Check out the article for more on this topic.

This post was written by Terry E. Hall of Faegre Baker Daniels LLP. If you would like to submit content or write an article for the Commercial & Bankruptcy Law Section page, please email Mary Kay Price at mprice@indybar.org.

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