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April 2017 Archives

The many different factors that lead to personal bankruptcy

Many Americans are hard workers, dedicated to meeting their financial obligations. Unfortunately, certain unanticipated financial hardships can often become insurmountable for many in Oklahoma and other areas of the company. Because a large number of people live paycheck-to-paycheck, they may have little left over at the end of the month to help them manage unexpected expenses, prompting them to seek personal bankruptcy protection.

Medical device manufacturer seeks bankruptcy protection

Most companies in Oklahoma sets goals for the future. Regardless of the exact wording of their plan for the future and how they measure whether they have accomplished their goals, they all want to be successful. Unfortunately, there are often many factors that can influence a company's overall success that are often beyond the control of those who lead the company. One out-of-state company is now attempting to help secure its future success by filing for bankruptcy protection.

Out-of-state brewer files for bankruptcy

Most companies in Oklahoma and across the country start with a dream. A person who knows a great deal about brewing beer, for example, may have a dream of brewing and distributing his or her own craft beer. However, some people soon discover that they may struggle to realize their dream due to business difficulties. For example, one out of-of-state craft brewer has recently sought bankruptcy protection.

Hospital claims bankruptcy will result in financial strength

During the process of creating a new business in Oklahoma, many decisions must be made. These decisions can ultimately have a major impact on the company's overall financial security. For example, spending too much money building a hospital can leave the hospital struggling to manage its debt once it opens. Representatives from an out-of-state hospital claim that spending too much money building the facility, among other reasons, has ultimately left it financially unstable. As a result, the company is exploring its bankruptcy options.

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