Business Bankruptcy

Located in Abingdon, Virginia, Copeland Law Firm, P.C., serves business owners throughout eight different counties in Southwest Virginia. Because of attorney Robert Copeland's respected reputation, many of our clients are referrals from business accountants.

Chapter 11 Bankruptcy For Corporations

Primarily designed for both small and large businesses, Chapter 11 is a type of debt-reorganization bankruptcy. Because of its unique flexibility and options, it can be a very effective tool for corporations, LLCs, partnerships and other entities that need to catch up on delinquent real estate payments, tax debts or other debts while keeping the business running.

Attorney Robert T. Copeland is one of only two lawyers in the region who regularly handle Chapter 11 bankruptcy. He has more than 35 years of experience in Chapter 11 bankruptcy law and has served previously as Chair of the Virginia State Bar's bankruptcy section. In addition, he has been an active businessman himself in the financial services and coal industry.

To add to his extensive qualifications, Mr. Copeland serves as Secretary & General Counsel of a local bank, which gives him particular insight into negotiating with banks to find debt-relief solutions for both businesses and consumers.

Chapter 12 Bankruptcy For Family Farmers Or Fishermen

Copeland Law Firm, P.C., also advises and assists family farmers or family fishermen with a regular annual income to file for Chapter 12 bankruptcy. Although similar to Chapter 11 in that debtors must create a three- to five-year repayment plan, Chapter 12 is tailored to be a less expensive, less complicated and more streamlined process.

To learn more about bankruptcy and business debt settlement, set up a no-cost consultation by calling Copeland Law Firm, P.C., at 276-628-9525,or contact us online.

We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.