St. Charles, Geneva, Batavia And Orland Park Business Debt Workouts Lawyers

Kane County Courthouse  |  Geneva, Illinois

Bankruptcy may not be the right answer for every business. Often, a business may not qualify or is reliant on seasonal operating loans and may wish to do everything possible to avoid a bankruptcy on its credit record. There are other options available.

If you own or operate a business in the Greater Chicago metro area, talk to an attorney at Petti Murphy & Associates about financial reorganization. We are a debt relief agency* with an impressive record of negotiating reasonable workouts and debt forgiveness plans with banks, vendors and business creditors.

Our lawyers provide legal counsel for clients throughout Cook County, Kane County, DuPage County and the collar counties of metropolitan Chicago. Call either of our office locations or contact us by email to discuss your legal concerns with one of our Orland Park or Geneva business debt workouts attorneys today.

Chapter 11 Business Debt Reorganization — Serving Businesses Throughout The Chicago Metro Area And Collar Counties

We offer consultations to discuss your circumstances and explain your options for reducing or eliminating your business debt. During the conversation, we may discuss whether Chapter 11 bankruptcy may be right for your business. Under Chapter 11, you seek the protection of the U.S. bankruptcy court, while we negotiate with your creditors to develop a satisfactory debt restructuring and repayment plan. We will give you an honest opinion of whether Chapter 11 is right for your company at this time.

Call Our Geneva Or Orland Park Commercial Loan Restructuring Attorneys

We have two office locations for your convenience. Our office hours are 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays. Weekend and evening appointments may also be made. Call our Geneva office at 630-457-1691 or Orland Park office at 708-942-4159 for a consultation. You may also contact us by email to inform us of your legal needs.

*We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the U.S. Bankruptcy Code.