After the Great Recession, many small businesses found their resources severely depleted. As a result, they had trouble paying their bills and perhaps even their taxes. Their business is still viable, but they need some relief from their creditors and the taxman while they turn things around. For others, the business is too far gone and the owners are burnt out. They want to walk away from the failed business and get on with their lives. Whatever the situation, The Small Business Law Center can help find the right solution and appropriate relief, whether through negotiation with creditors and taxing authorities or a fresh start under the federal bankruptcy code.
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