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Can a personal bankruptcy filing discharge business debts?

Posted by Jonathan Proctor | Sep 28, 2021 | 0 Comments

Many current or former small business owners had to sign personal guarantees for debts associated with their business or even to pledge some of their personal property as collateral for those debts. Whether a business is currently operating or not, the owner can face severe consequences if unable to pay those debts. An unsuccessful business or investment does not have to prevent you from moving onto your next chapter; we can work together to find a path forward. Call me today so we can evaluate how you can best move on from these debts and focus on what's next.

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Jonathan Proctor

I have been representing debtors in bankruptcy for over 10 years in the greater Atlanta area and have successfully handled thousands of cases.  I was previously the managing partner at a large bankruptcy firm and recently started my own firm with the goal of providing the highest level of client ...


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