Real help for tough choices. Facing bankruptcy is devastating, but you don’t have to navigate this new world alone. Pearce Law has over two decades of experience handling all types of bankruptcy cases and helping clients preserve their peace of mind and deal with their debts while facing a financial crisis. From debt relief to credit repair and rebuilding, there really is hope, and I can help you find it.

Areas of expertise:

Purchase of Distressed Debt and Assets under Section 363

A Section 363 sales process allows distressed debtors to liquidate their loans and assets without liens or other encumbrances. I represent both buyers and sellers, performing the loan sale agreement, negotiating terms and facilitating a successful sale to third parties.

Installment Agreements

Every situation is different, and sometimes filing for bankruptcy is not the best solution. For clients who may not want to file, or are unable to do so, I can help you negotiate installment plans with your creditors – including the IRS – for eventual payment of your debt.

Individual Chapter 11 Bankruptcy

For clients who do not qualify to file a Chapter 7 or 13 consumer bankruptcy case, Chapter 11 (reorganizing and restructuring your debts to give you a fresh financial start) may be an option. Chapter 11 bankruptcies for individuals are very different procedurally than those for a corporation or partnership, and I can walk you through your legal options.

Shareholder Representation in Contested Chapter 11 Cases

When a business is splitting apart at the seams, each shareholder needs a committed attorney to represent his or her own interests. I provide comprehensive representation for principals and shareholders in business bankruptcy cases to make sure your rights are defended no matter what.

Substantive Consolidation

If you are considering consolidation, I can help you merge your assets with a spouse or business partner’s to create a single bankruptcy estate and save costs. Note: This option is not provided for in the bankruptcy code and is at the court’s discretion.

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