Results-Oriented Bankruptcy Lawyer
At Sussman & Moore, LLP, founded in 1998, attorneys Ronnie Sussman and Weldon Moore have a combined 75 years of legal experience between them. Crafting results-oriented legal goals for U.S. and offshore clients, they offer business law services and legal advice for all aspects of business transactions, transaction structuring, litigation and bankruptcy matters.
Bankruptcy Law In The State Of Texas
Bankruptcy reorganizations and bankruptcy liquidations fall under federal jurisdiction and are subject to the United States Bankruptcy Code, Bankruptcy Rules of Procedure and other state and federal rules and statutes. Sussman & Moore, LLP represents debtors, creditors and other parties-in-interest in bankruptcy proceedings. Whether a reorganization under Chapter 11 of the bankruptcy code or liquidation under Chapter 7 of the bankruptcy code, the firm is experienced in the intricacies of the court, the law and the interests at stake. Sussman & Moore, LLP handles cases state-wide and through the nation.
Knowledge And Experience For All Aspects Of Bankruptcy Law
Bankruptcy law has intricacies and nuances that dictate and define the eligibility requirements and process for different debtors. For example, the primary chapters of the bankruptcy code a client is likely to be faced with are:
- Chapter 7 bankruptcy, for individuals and businesses, provides for asset liquidation
- Chapter 11 bankruptcy, for individuals or businesses, allows for the reorganization of debts and in certain circumstances, liquidation or sales of some or all of the assets of a business or entrepeneur.
- Chapter 13 bankruptcy, for individuals only, allows for a plan to pay back debt and if appropriate, avoid foreclosure
Additionally, Chapter 9 bankruptcy encompasses municipalities and Chapter 12 bankruptcy is designed for family farmers or fisherman who are in financial stress. Chapter 15 bankruptcy was created for those with foreign assets and debts.
Sussman & Moore, LLP concentrates its bankruptcy practice on cases under Chapter 11 and Chapter 7 of the United States Bankruptcy Code. Weldon Moore is licensed to practice in the state and federal courts of the State of Texas, including the U.S. Bankruptcy Courts of the Northern, Southern, Eastern and Western Districts of Texas. He is certified by both the Texas Board of Legal Specialization and the American Board of Certification in Business Bankruptcy law. Mr. Moore represents debtors, creditors and asset purchasers in bankruptcy proceedings and consults with other interested parties to protect the interests that frequently come into play in bankruptcy litigation. He has extensive business litigation experience to protect their interests, as well. He has presented and lectured in Texas and nationally on specialized topics such as the Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention and Consumer Protection Act, bankruptcy tax issues and other related subjects.
Weldon is an active member and past president of the Honorable John C. Ford American Inn of Court. The American Inn of Court is an association of lawyers, judges and other legal professionals from all levels and backgrounds who share a passion for professional excellence. The relationships he has formed over the years with leading bankruptcy professionals enable him to better understand the personalities, as well as the legal approaches, best suited for a winning strategy.
Call Today For Serious And Efficient Bankruptcy Representation
Attorney Weldon Moore at Sussman & Moore, LLP, has the knowledge and experience needed to advise and guide you or your business through the distress that comes with a bankruptcy filing. Place your worries and concerns in his capable hands by calling today at 214-807-1090 or send an email through the online form to schedule an initial consultation.