Business owners are faced with difficult decisions on a daily basis that could make or break their company’s financial stability. And with the economy the way it is today, it is becoming ever more common that local businesses are filing for bankruptcy. The local station of 9 News has reported that Black Mountain Recycling, located just outside of Grand Junction, Colorado, has filed for chapter 11 bankruptcy last month. The company disposes waste-water that is leftover from oil and gas companies. The bankruptcy claim has listed Black Mountain Recycling as having an income of more than $615,000. Unfortunately, the company has accumulated around $2.4 million in liabilities. Most of this was obtained under previous owners when the company operated under the name of Black Mountain Disposal. Even though this company is located near Grand Junction, companies just like it are experiencing bankruptcy throughout the state of Colorado.
Has your business been affected by the economic downturn and have questions concerning your next step? Contact a Colorado bankruptcy attorney to further discuss your options.
With the economy continuing its downward spiral, it is becoming more and more difficult to maintain your business finances. According to the United States Courts website, filing for bankruptcy has gone up nearly 14 percent in the last year alone. In 2010, the number of cases filed in federal courts was around 1,600,000. Knowing that you have options when deciding your next move is important and filing for bankruptcy is an option that should be considered.
If your business is suffering and you are considering bankruptcy as an option then you need to contact an experienced Parker bankruptcy lawyer. Filing for bankruptcy can be the best option considering many businesses are able to come back from a processed bankruptcy claim. Filing for bankruptcy is a difficult and often a confusing process. Let the experience of bankruptcy attorney Brian Daniel help you make your decision less stressful. For more information and a FREE CONSULTATION, contact Brian Daniel at (303)951-0233.