EGH understands the problems businesses can run into: short term cash flow issues, promissory notes maturing, tax problems with the IRS or North Carolina, vendor payments, lawsuits, and more. If your business is struggling, consulting with a lawyer from EGH can help devise a solution that keeps your business going. While bankruptcy is one possible solution, EGH will take the time to explore other options such as negotiating with your creditors on payment terms or short payoffs, note purchases, Offers in Compromise and installment agreements with the IRS and North Carolina Department of Revenue.
Starting and running a business is never easy, and those challenges are significantly compounded when creditors are demanding payments you cannot make. At EGH, we will help you sort through your options and devise a plan that provides the best chance of success for you and your business.
- Debt Resolution
- Tax Debt
- Chapter 7 Bankruptcy
- Chapter 11 Bankruptcy
- Chapter 11 Subchapter V Bankruptcy (Small Businesses)
- Chapter 12 Bankruptcy (Family Farms and Fisherman)
Everett Gaskins Hancock also represents creditors in bankruptcy, for more information visit our Legal Services page for Creditors’ Rights