Bankruptcy, Insolvency and Restructuring
e can give you advice on the best means of protecting your assets so you’re forearmed against the possibility of insolvency. When you’re going through financial difficulties, our lawyers will help you analyze the situation and determine whether or not bankruptcy is the best solution for you. Our attorneys work with experienced bankruptcy trustees and will guide you throughout all of the necessary proceedings.
he lawyers at PME Avocats have the expertise it takes to properly represent you throughout every phase of insolvency proceedings, including the creditors’ assembly, negotiations with the bankruptcy trustee, and court hearings. Whether pursuing preferential treatment or a transfer at undervalue, or opposing the discharge of the person declaring bankruptcy, our team will make sure your interests are protected.
For affected third parties
re you affected by the bankruptcy of a business partner or your life partner? You can count on the attorneys at PME Avocats to advise you and represent you in the event of petitions related to transfers at undervalue or preferential treatment.
For those declaring bankruptcy
iling for bankruptcy doesn’t strip you of all your rights. However, they may be contested. Call on PME Avocats to guide you, whether in your discharge from bankruptcy or in the case of undischarged debt.
For bankruptcy trustees
ur firm supports bankruptcy trustees in the management of insolvency cases. We can respond to all your needs when it comes to analyzing transactions, issuing legal opinions on the validity of guarantees, drafting agreements and providing representation in court. In your role as an officer of justice and as manager of the assets of the bankruptcy and business owners, you can count on the support of PME Avocats.
he laws governing insolvency offer powerful tools to companies that are viable, but affected by serious problems of liquidity. Ask your consultants at PME Avocats for guidance and support in the process of drafting and presenting a proposal to your creditors, which could help you get through an insolvency crisis and ensure the longevity of your company.