Serving Small Businesses in Harrisburg and York
In this tough economic climate, there are a lot of small businesses struggling just to survive the lingering effects of the recession. Sometimes, bankruptcy can help to alleviate financial stresses on a business; other times, financial problems can be handled outside of bankruptcy. If you choose to file for bankruptcy in Harrisburg, York, or Chambersburg, it does not necessarily mean your company must go out of business.
At Dethlefs, Pykosh & Murphy Law, we help our business clients explore all of their options and make the decision that’s best for their company. What separates us from many other bankruptcy law firms? Our team takes a dedicated, hands-on approach with our clients. Our bankruptcy attorney can work with you through the entire progression of your case – we do not just hand cases over to a paralegal or legal assistant.
How Dethlefs, Pykosh & Murphy Law can help you!
We help small businesses find solutions – including Chapter 11 bankruptcy – to a variety of financial problems. While each company’s unique situation may result in variations to the bankruptcy filing process, having a trusted lawyer on your side can make all the difference in the outcome of your case.
Some of the common financial difficulties our business clients face:
- Cash flow issues
- Accounts receivable problems/customers not paying their bills
- Accounts in collections, i.e. freezing of essential services or goods
- Tough financing agreements
- Unfavorable lease agreements
- Unprofitable business contracts
If your business is facing severe financial stress, our bankruptcy attorney can help you assess all of the options available to you so you can make an informed decision on behalf of your small business.
Speak with Our Harrisburg & York Business Bankruptcy Lawyer
Our bankruptcy law firm is committed to finding favorable solutions for small businesses in central Pennsylvania. If your small business is facing financial uncertainties, our commercial bankruptcy attorney can confidentially discuss your options with you – both inside and outside of bankruptcy law.