Personal and Business Bankruptcy: Chapter 7, Chapter 11, Chapter 13
Maryland bankruptcy attorney John D. Burns started the firm in October 1998 with the intent of providing the best service to his clients. John Burns has spent his legal career cultivating his expertise in bankruptcy law. He has been an integral member of the bankruptcy legal community, attending seminars and lending his expertise by speaking on bankruptcy topics.
If you file a Chapter 7 bankruptcy, the court could eliminate your unsecured debts and you would owe your unsecured creditors nothing. You may owe your secured creditors, however. This is a determination made by the court and the trustee assigned to your case. - Learn more about filing for Chapter 7 in Maryland
When a company files for bankruptcy reorganization under Chapter 11, the bankruptcy court appoints one or more committees to represent the interests of creditors and stockholders. These committees will work with the company in order to develop a reorganization plan in order to get out of debt. - Learn more about filing for Chapter 11 in Maryland