Personal and Business Bankruptcy: Chapter 7, Chapter 11, Chapter 13
Maryland bankruptcy attorney John Burns has served as Vice Chair of the American Bar Association National Bankruptcy Law Committee for the Young Lawyers Division, which conducts national seminars for the ABA. John is a frequent speaker on bankruptcy law topics and has completed and argued two resolutions for Bankruptcy Law Amendments by the General Assembly of the American Bar Association, Young Lawyers Division. Learn more about Odenton, MD bankruptcy attorney John Burns.
Considering filing for Chapter 7 Bankruptcy?
If you find that your financial situation has become overwhelming and you need to get out from under a crushing debt burden, contact our Odenton, MD bankruptcy law firm. We can help you file a Chapter 7 bankruptcy so that your assets are protected under state and federal law and your debt liability is relieved.
Does your business need to file for Chapter 11?
A Chapter 11 reorganization will allow a company to continue to do business and its stocks and bonds can continue to be trade on the securities markets. The company must continue to file SEC reports within 15 days of a significant event.