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An Overview of Our Bankruptcy Practice at Rabin & Rabin Co., L.P.A.
If you are struggling to make ends meet, whether in your personal life or your business, the federal bankruptcy laws provide a means for you to get a fresh start. An experienced bankruptcy attorney can review your situation and help you determine whether bankruptcy is a good option for you and, if so, which approach you should take.
At the law office of Rabin & Rabin Co., L.P.A., our attorneys offer over 30 years of bankruptcy experience to individuals and businesses throughout northeast Ohio. We will keep you fully informed of all developments in your case, as well as your options moving forward, so that you can make educated decisions.
Chapter 7 Bankruptcy
We can help you permanently discharge some of your debts by filing for protection under Chapter 7 of the federal bankruptcy laws. We will walk you through the means test to determine whether you qualify for a Chapter 7 filing, and will prepare and submit all the documentation necessary to complete the process. See our Chapter 7 bankruptcy page for more information.
Chapter 13 Bankruptcy
If you fail to qualify for protection under Chapter 7 or prefer to repay your creditors, we can help you file for reorganization of your debt under Chapter 13. We will work with you to put together a plan of reorganization and will review any proposed repayment plans from creditors, to ensure that they are within your means. For more information, go to our Chapter 13 bankruptcy page.
Chapter 11 Bankruptcy
We also assist businesses that want to reorganize or restructure debts under Chapter 11 of the bankruptcy laws.
Alternatives to Bankruptcy
If you face financial problems, but want to avoid bankruptcy if possible, we will help you examine alternatives to Chapter 7 or Chapter 13, and assess whether those alternatives will meet your objectives. We will work directly with your creditors, seeking to negotiate debt consolidations, loan modifications or other workouts. We can also help you stop foreclosure proceedings. To learn more, see our page on alternatives to bankruptcy.