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July 2017 Archives

Restaurant files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy due to labor dispute

It takes a great deal to create a successful business in Oklahoma and other areas of the country. A business needs dedicated employees who are willing to put in the effort to make it a success. However, there are other influences that could potentially harm the chances of long-term success. As a result, some businesses turn to Chapter 11 bankruptcy to help them manage their debts.

Chapter 7 bankruptcy case dismissed over unpaid fee

People from all aspects of life and tax brackets can find themselves struggling financially for a variety of different reasons. Often, as a result of their struggles, people in Oklahoma and other areas of the country find their homes at risk of foreclosure. In order to prevent such action, some people choose to seek Chapter 7 bankruptcy protection.

Livian Hernandez files for Chapter 13 bankruptcy protection

Many professionals in Oklahoma and across the country work hard to achieve financial success. However, even when that success if achieved, it may be difficult to maintain. Unfortunately, even famous athletes who have made millions in their careers find themselves struggling with overwhelming debt. For example, famous baseball player Livan Hernandez has recently sought Chapter 13 bankruptcy protection.

True Religion seeks Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection

Many companies find themselves in a position in which they must make difficult decisions in order to preserve the future success of the company. For many in Oklahoma, this includes deciding how best to manage overwhelming debt. One of these options includes seeking Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection.

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