Why Julianne Frank, Esq.?
After spending 40 years watching what gets businesses into financial trouble, Julianne Frank, Esq. has learned a thing or two about what it takes to make a business successful. For example, should you operate as an LLC or a corporation or other form of business? What would happen to your business interests if you die? How do you insulate your business from its creditors? Attorney Frank can skillfully handle the entire lifecycle of your business, from getting it off the ground to building protections against failure to developing a succession plan after you leave. To do so, she will get to know everything about you – your business goals, your financial fears – and she will help you restructure your business appropriately. For instance, if you or your business is in trouble, you may want to consider bankruptcy or Chapter 11 or Chapter 12 Farmers’ Bankruptcy.
You can trust that Julianne Frank, Esq. is the firm that can protect your business venture and bankruptcy case. In the years 2017-2018, 30% of all work she got was lawyers who had botched other peoples' bankruptcies and came to her for repair work; it is imperative that you know all the things you should ask your bankruptcy lawyer to make sure you’re working with a professional. Attorney Frank is one of the first lawyers in the whole country to file Subchapter V for her clients, and she is the first and only lawyer to file Chapter 7, 11, 12, and 13 at the same time. She is also the top Chapter 12 bankruptcy lawyer in South Florida. While Attorney Frank handles more high-profile business cases that don’t come cheap (Chapter 11, Chapter 12, adversary proceedings, creditor representation, corporate, business, and transactional), she can refer out individuals who have financial problems better suited for another attorney. She is an extremely honest and transparent lawyer who wants the best for your business.