Business Dissolution and Bankruptcy

Guiding California Clients Through Bankruptcy and Dissolution

If you own a business that is not able to repay its debts, it is important to take steps to make sure you are not held personally responsible for those debts. Depending on the facts of your case, this may involve filing for Chapter 7 bankruptcy and dissolving the business entity.

At the law firm of Stratton & Green, we provide bankruptcy and dissolution assistance to small and mid-sized businesses and self-employed individuals. Our San Diego business dissolution attorneys have the experience and insight to effectively guide clients through these procedures.

Helping Owners Avoid Personal Liability for Business Debts

Before you can wind down your business or reorganize it into a new entity, you will need to dissolve the existing entity. However, if you do so while the business still has outstanding debts, you (and the other owners, if there are any) may be held liable for those debts.

Our attorneys will evaluate your business assets and debts to determine whether your business should file for Chapter 7. If so, we will guide you through each step of the process.

Once we have taken the necessary actions to prevent you from being sued personally on your business’s unpaid debts, we will complete the business dissolution process. Our experienced business law attorneys can also advise you on your options for starting over with a new entity.

La Mesa Business Chapter 7 Attorneys · Contact Us at 619-631-4146

Our goal is to resolve all lingering issues with our clients’ businesses so they can move on to new opportunities. To discuss your business bankruptcy and dissolution needs with one of our lawyers, please contact us at 619-631-4146 or by e-mail to schedule a free consultation.

We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.