Let us do a global review of your business situation and highlight your options for taking advantage of Federal proceedings, PPP Loans, restructuring and debt forgiveness. Keep in mind, that if your successful business is in trouble, due solely to the catastrophic effects of the COVID-19 government closure, it is not your fault. The Law Office of Malachowski and Associates has fourteen years of experience in Federal and State Courts and are here to fight for you; to get you the best results possible in Federal protection for your business situation.
A thorough review of your business’ arrearages, payroll, taxes, leases, mortgages and your accounts payable and receivable will allow the Law Office of Malachowski and Associates to assess your current business situation and propose options on the state and federal level.
How do I file for Bankruptcy? What Type of Bankruptcy should I file? Can I keep my business if I file Bankruptcy? How do I protect my home if my business goes bankrupt?
Chapter 11 Bankruptcy in the Time of COVID-19:
Is your business out of cash and have loans coming due that you are unable to pay? Are you unable to meet payroll and behind on rent? Are you behind on taxes and being hounded by collectors? Have tax liens been filed against your business? Are you being sued by your creditors?
Small and medium-sized businesses as debtors need help in reorganization cases in financial and corporate restructuring under chapter 11 of the Bankruptcy Code. This Code includes “pre-negotiated” and “prepackaged” reorganization plans. Besides plan development and negotiation, bankruptcy motion and litigation practice, debtors need help with sales of their assets in bankruptcy on a going-concern basis in order to preserve enterprise value and maximize recoveries for creditors. In the alternative, medium-sized businesses may need out-of-court workouts.
If you or your company have been sued by a creditor, trustee, liquidating trustee or debtor in possession (DIP) in: State Court, federal court, bankruptcy court, or an arbitration proceeding, litigation and mediation in bankruptcy court, including preference actions seeking to avoid preferential transfers, and avoidance actions seeking to avoid fraudulent transfers, the Law Office of Malachowski and Associates can assist you and your business.
The Law Office of Malachowski and Associates
We will undertake civil litigation matters based on alternative fee arrangements, where appropriate, including blended hourly fee and contingency fee arrangements.
We are a Local Company based in the San Francisco Bay Area. We are here to assist you during this difficult decision and transition in your life. Many people had a perfectly good business until the COVID-19 closure. If you are a victim of the COVID-19 government closure, and your business is in trouble due to circumstances beyond your control, and now must avail yourself to the protection of Federal Bankruptcy law, remember that you did nothing wrong and it is not your fault. We are here to help you.
If the catastrophe of the COVID-19 shut down has forced you to avail yourself to Chapter 11 Bankruptcy relief, you are not alone and it is not your fault.
Civil Litigation Defense.
If you, your company or small business have been sued in: U.S. District Court for the Northern District for California, California Supreme Court in San Francisco County, Santa Clara County, San Mateo County, Marin County, Sonoma County, Mendocino County, Humboldt County, Del Norte County, Lake County, Napa County, Santa Cruz County, San Benito County, Monterey County; the Civil Litigation Attorneys at Malachowski and Associates can defend you in the lawsuit.
Malachowski and Associates are experienced bankruptcy litigators. We represent plaintiffs (debtors, trustees, and other parties in interest) and defendants in adversary proceedings in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court, including preference avoidance and fraudulent transfer avoidance actions under the Bankruptcy Code.
How Does Chapter 11 Bankruptcy Work?
When you avail yourself to Chapter 11, you can keep your business while much of your business debt is forgiven.
When to Begin the Process?
The sooner you begin the Chapter 11 process, the better you can salvage what can be saved, and you can shed the mountain of debt that is weighing you down.