Business Bankruptcy Counsel for Creditors and Debtors
Business bankruptcies are notoriously complex. They involve multiple parties and many moving pieces. Hundreds of thousands and even millions of dollars are often at stake. But we don’t just see businesses, we see people and families. There is a reason that over 90% of our clients were referred to us by other lawyers, clients, or persons familiar with us in addition to our expertise. It is because we genuine care about our clients.
Kent and Caleb represent debtors and creditors in business bankruptcy. They work with clients ranging from small independent family-owned businesses, to corporate and family-owned farming operations, to large, established businesses. In addition, we represent several community banks and are a part of finding reasonable commercial solutions to the challenges faced by these banks and their customers.
Strong Credentials as a Board-Certified Bankruptcy Specialist
Our lead attorney in this area, firm founder Kent Aguillard, brings many decades of bankruptcy experience to the table. He is a board-certified specialist in bankruptcy law through The American Board of Certification and the Louisiana Board of Legal Specialization. Based in Eunice, he is admitted to practice in bankruptcy courts across Louisiana as well as in Texas, California, Tennessee and Delaware.
Deciding Whether Bankruptcy is the Best Path Forward
The federal Bankruptcy Code exists to give businesses and individuals the tools they need to address debt. As the Supreme Court of the United States has stated, bankruptcy is for the honest but unfortunate debtor.
While no bankruptcy option is truly simple, some are less complex than others, much like building a house. Some are small and relatively easily built while others are in construction for years. Some businesses and people do not need relief under the more complex parts of the Bankruptcy Code. Our team helps you decide what the best path forward is for you or your business.
Types Of Bankruptcy Tools For Businesses And Creditors
Our lawyers are well versed in all types of bankruptcy, including:
- Chapter 11: More complex businesses can utilize this option to reorganize significant debt.
- Subchapter 5: This is also an avenue for reorganization, and it offers a faster resolution than Chapter 11.
- Chapter 7 for businesses: For some businesses, liquidation makes more sense than reorganization.
They also represent individual debtors in bankruptcy cases.
Our team is well equipped to help clients navigate bankruptcy-related litigation. Drawing on their vast experience in business and commercial litigation, our attorneys know how to develop effective strategies that position our clients for success.
Let Our Team Help You Move Forward
Bankruptcy is never something anyone aspires to, but it can be a doorway to helping you and your business achieve other aspirations. Learn more about how our lawyers can help. Call 337-457-9331 or send us an email to get started. We offer free initial consultations for prospective bankruptcy clients.
We are a debt relief agency. We help people and businesses file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.