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Long Island Attorney For Bankruptcy And Restructuring

At McDonough PLLC, I bring powerful insights into the complexities of the United States Bankruptcy Code as well as the ways in which courts have historically interpreted the code and what that will mean in any given case. My ability to find common ground among multiple constituencies and competing interests has made my firm an industry leader when it comes to dealing with corporate insolvency. I can serve as lead counsel for low- and middle-market insolvencies and as co-counsel in major national and global restructurings.

Bankruptcy Is Racing Against Time

When a company is in legal or financial distress, the disbursement of assets happens quickly. The rate at which the dissipation happens also affects the behavior of the claimants, debtors and creditors. Being able to anticipate what will happen and when, and then plan for that is the quality of an attorney who has the experience and savvy to conduct Chapter 11 proceedings on practically unimaginable timetables.

Understanding that race against time, I will work at the speed your company needs. I will guide you in the swift pace of the courts’ dispositions to ensure that you stay constantly involved with my fast, efficient process. Should impending litigation potentially slow matters down, I will expedite the case – quickly moving from discovery to full evidentiary hearings. My firm’s bankruptcy and restructuring practice focuses on:

  • Bankruptcy litigation
  • Committee practice
  • Cross-border insolvencies
  • Corporate debt
  • Restructuring liquidation

I can also guide your company through Chapter 7 liquidations if appropriate.

Contact Me To Discuss Your Company’s Needs

I offer shrewd advice and effective solutions for business owners and corporations in Long Island and Nassau County to New York state. Call me at 631-350-9292 or email me to set up a meeting.

I am a debt relief agent. I help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.