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How Not To Be A Chapter 11 Lawyer

By Julianne Frank |

I just completed a case where the lawyer, who for years had held himself out to be a Chapter 11 bankruptcy specialist, almost destroyed a life. His client came to me when her case had completely crashed. She wanted a second opinion on what went wrong, and the closer I looked, the worse it… Read More »

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What is Farmers Bankruptcy?

By Julianne Frank |

Farmers Bankruptcy: What is it? Julianne Frank All Rights Reserved 2018 Did you know that farmers and fisherman have bankruptcy laws specifically designed for them? These are the only areas of business that have been given special rights and privileges when the businesses go bad. The bankruptcy laws define who is a farmer or a fisherman…but you don’t have… Read More »

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Business Bankruptcy Decision: Chapter 11

By Julianne Frank |

Chapter 11: Business Bankruptcy Decision What is Chapter 11 and when is it the right solution? Chapter 11 is the form of bankruptcy also commonly referred to as the “reorganization bankruptcy”. It can be filed by individuals, but is most commonly used by business entities. Why do most Chapter 11’s fail? Circumstances that can… Read More »

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Chapter 11 and Malpractice

By Julianne Frank |

Chapter 11 and Malpractice by Julianne Frank, Esq. All rights Reserved 2018 I regularly see lawyers professing to be Chapter 11 lawyers filing cases on an emergency basis. Often, it is the client’s fault for arriving at the lawyer’s doorstep at the 11th hour, and only a filing will prevent the bad event that is… Read More »

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