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How Long Does Chapter 11 Take?

How Long Does Chapter 11 Take?

Bankruptcy can take varying amounts of time to complete but most Chapter 11 bankruptcy plans are complete within six months to two years. read on to learn more.

The fee for filing Chapter 11 bankruptcy is $1,717 but you can reckon on spending in excess of $10,000 on legal fees. Business owners who file for Chapter 11 bankruptcy will discover it is not a simple process.

Chapter 11 Versus Chapter 13

Both plans allow for business reorganization but with a Chapter 11 bankruptcy, a trustee does not always have to be appointed. If they are the review the plan or reorganization and make recommendations to the court, They also undertake the responsibility of collecting payment as well as the distribution of payments. To qualify for Chapter 13 your bills cannot be in excess of $1,184,200 in secured debt, and $394,725 in unsecured debt.

Businesses who are struggling need more time to get back on their feet. Chapter 11 bankruptcy can assist in this. it all starts with a the filing of a detailed petition. Chapter 7 progresses quickly, since creditors do not get to vote on the plan of reorganization. But Chapter 11 requires many court hearings and that is why it can take in excess of a year.

Source: https://www.debt.org/bankruptcy/chapter-11/

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Canterbury Law Group should be your first choice for any bankruptcy evaluation. Our experienced professionals will work with you to obtain the best possible outcome. You can on the firm to represent you well so you can move on with your life. Call today for an initial consultation. We can assist with all types of bankruptcies including Business BankruptcyChapter 7 BankruptcyCreditor RepresentationChapter 5 ClaimsChapter 13 Bankruptcy, Business RestructuringChapter 11 Bankruptcy, and more.

*This information is not intended to be legal advice. Please contact Canterbury Law Group today to learn more about your personal legal needs.

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