My Company Filed Bankruptcy, Now What

My Company Filed Bankruptcy, Now What?

“No one teaches Bankruptcy. The only way to learn about Bankruptcy is to experience it.” — Turnaround CEO

No ever expects their company to file for Bankruptcy. When it happens, it can be both shocking and expected at the same time. While Bankruptcy is a well-known term, it is not well understood by the masses.

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