The Legal Department of AddVANTE possesses extensive, well-established experience in the bankruptcy field, having intervened in many bankruptcy procedures from all angles.
How we can help you
Establishment of voluntary arrangements with creditors
By offering legal direction to the company in bankruptcy, providing comprehensive assistance ranging from prior counselling to subsequent counselling throughout all stages of the bankruptcy procedure.
Creditor affected by a bankruptcy procedure
From counselling the creditor affected on the formalities to carry out for the acknowledgment of credit within a bankruptcy procedure to appearance at the arrangement procedure for the purposes of monitoring, liability action analysis, appearance in the classification procedure, analysis of agreement motions submitted, etc.
Purchase of production units or assets of a company in bankruptcy
Counselling for parties interested in purchasing assets or production units of companies in bankruptcy, analysing the best offers to make, intervening in negotiations with the bankrupt company or the bankruptcy administrators.
Bankruptcy dissolution procedures
In coordination with the Labour Department, we intervene in collective dissolution procedures processed on the context of bankruptcy procedures in defence of the bankrupt party and employees.
Second Chance Act Debt
Second Chance Act Debt relief is a second chance for insolvent companies and individuals who cannot pay their debts, allowing them, in many cases, to keep their homes, even to have their name removed from debtor lists such as RAI or ASNEF.
We have the best lawyers and professionals for you at state level in Commercial, Procedural and Labour Law, among other disciplines.
Our professionals have developed tailor-made solutions for each case that will help you make the best decisions and obtain excellent results. Our proposals will enable you to obtain competitive advantages.
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