|Also called a Business Reorganization, is for professionals that have a very high net worth
and/or a business with high debts.
The reorganization process may take
from 36 to 60 months, depending upon your situation.
After completing your plan or reorganization, the bankruptcy court may issue
you a discharge of any remaining unsecured debts (provided that the debts
are, in fact, dischargeable).
Those in a Chapter 11 re-organization may elect to convert to another Bankruptcy
Chapter should their circumstances change during the course of the reorganization.
|Income: A person who makes too much to file a Chapter 13 bankruptcy can elect to file a
Chapter 11. It is not often that an individual needs to file for relief under this chapter.
The following professions typically have high net incomes:
*Real Estate Investors
If you are above the average income then we will have to compare your income and
expenses to a means test to see if you need to file a Chapter 11.
The bigger your family the more income you can make and still qualify.
You should also note that any household income will be calculated into your means test
(such as a spouse, relative, or renter who might be living with you).
|Any business that needs to reduce its unsecured debt and restructure itself to get back on
track can file a Chapter 11.
This is often done to maintain the business name or any contracts that the business might
You can reduce the pressure and focus on paying back your creditors without incurring
more interest and with set payments directed by the court.
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