CGA Law Firm’s experienced Bankruptcy Attorneys Larry Young and Brent Diefenderfer provide an overview on bankruptcy law and procedures for a business or an individual considering a filing.
Please follow the link below to access the webinar on Business Bankruptcy.
Please follow the link below to access the webinar on Personal Bankruptcy.
To learn more about Bankruptcy and Debt Restructuring, visit our website.
Brent C. Diefenderfer is a shareholder with CGA Law Firm. Brent is a board certified Consumer Bankruptcy Specialist by the American Board of Certification and is one of only 25 attorneys throughout the Commonwealth to hold this designation.
He represents individual and business clients in implementing a debt reduction strategy that is appropriate to their unique situation, including bankruptcy under Chapters 7, 13 or 11 of the Bankruptcy Code, creditor negotiation, mortgage loan modification or real estate “short sale.”
His bankruptcy practice has saved dozens of clients’ homes and cars from foreclosure and repossession, has resolved burdensome tax obligations, and has given scores of clients a “fresh start” and debt-free future.
Contact Attorney Brent Diefenderfer.
Chair, Bankruptcy & Debt Restructuring Department
Larry Young is a shareholder with CGA Law Firm and currently chairs the firm’s Bankruptcy and Debt Restructuring group. He focuses his practice on consumer bankruptcy matters, Chapter 11 and corporate reorganizations, debt restructuring and workouts.
Larry is certified as a Consumer Bankruptcy Specialist by the American Board of Certification, and is one of only 25 attorneys who have this designation throughout the Commonwealth. He is also the solicitor for Manchester Township.
Contact Attorney Larry Young.
For more information about bankruptcy and debt restructuring, please visit our website.
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