Miami, Florida, Small Business Bankruptcy Attorney
Many small business owners do not fully realize the personal financial risks they face. This is especially true for owners of sole proprietorships. Even if a business is a corporation or limited liability company, the owner may not be fully protected from creditors or payroll tax liability.
At the Bankruptcy Law Offices of James Schwitalla, P.A., we help small business owners to take steps to obtain debt relief through bankruptcy. We are experienced, knowledgeable and dedicated to helping small business owners protect their assets to the greatest extent possible in their situation.
A Chapter 7 business bankruptcy differs from a personal Chapter 7 in several significant ways. A Chapter 7 business bankruptcy basically means the liquidation of the business’ operations and assets. Outstanding debts are paid from the proceeds of the liquidation, to the extent that is possible. During the Chapter 7 small business bankruptcy process, it is important to make sure that the personal assets of the business owner are protected from payroll tax and other claims.
For over 18 years, James Schwitalla has helped small business owners and individuals obtain debt relief through bankruptcy proceedings. He understands how bankruptcy works, and uses this understanding to protect his clients’ rights and assets.
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We are a debt relief agency. As bankruptcy attorneys in Miami, we help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.