Bankruptcy Pitfalls to Avoid

Financial reorganization is not a simple matter and any bankruptcy attorney in New York has plenty of stories of businesses that have tried to do their own bankruptcy proceedings and ended up creating more problems for themselves. Here are some of the more common issues a bankruptcy attorney in New York will warn business owners […]

Could You Be Personally Liable For Debt After Filing A New York Corporate Bankruptcy?

No one wants to risk personal assets in the event of a business failure or wants personal debt problems to disrupt a business. New York corporate bankruptcy laws clearly delineate the debts of the owner from the debts of the business. New York Corporate Bankruptcy vs. Personal Bankruptcy If an incorporated business files Chapter 11 […]

Is Bankruptcy The Right Move For Your Small Business?

Many businesses are struggling right now and owners may face choices they never thought they’d face. New York bankruptcy courts can provide a lifeline to a struggling business or a way out for a failing one. How Is The Business Organized? A business that is set up as a separate legal entity can file for […]

Manhattan Bankruptcy Attorney Stephen B. Kass Filed TriBeCa Amish Market Bankruptcy Case

New York, New York – February 23, 2011 – Manhattan bankruptcy lawyer Stephen Kass, Esq. announced today the recent settlement of a major Chapter 11 bankruptcy. According to the Crain’s New York article: “The Amish Market grocery store at 53 Park Place in TriBeCa filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection on Tuesday. One of four Amish […]