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Dean Food Co. files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy

Most would say that they have a love-hate relationship with debt. While debt is commonly incurred when individuals make large purchases or a business expands, when debt gets out of controls it can quickly become problematic. Even when a company has been able to manage their debts and liabilities, this ability can drastically alter when the market changes or a business deal goes bad. In order to overcome these financial woes, companies may have to make major decisions, such as filing for bankruptcy.

Who would benefit from a Chapter 11 bankruptcy filing?

Dealing with debt is not easy. Yet, everyday millions of Americans, many of them right here in Texas, have to cope with burdensome financial circumstances. When debt becomes overwhelming, these financial burdens can make it difficult to live one's life. Debt can have a significant impact on businesses, too. It can be extremely challenging for a business to keep running when debt gets to be too much to handle. This is where a Chapter 11 bankruptcy petition may prove beneficial.

Chapter 11 bankruptcy and the small business debtor

Many small businesses in Texas end up falling on hard financial times. Although some of these businesses are able to revamp their marketing tactics, delve into new markets, and expand into new product lines, others are unsuccessful in their efforts to do so. The businesses that fall into this latter category often need financial relief in order survive. They may be able to secure additional loans to help pay off some existing debts, but this strategy can leave a business spiraling deeper into a hole of debt.

Chapter 11 and the written disclosure

Entrepreneurs in Texas take a lot of risks. Chief amongst these risks are those that are financial in nature. A business typically has to rely on some sort of financing or investment to get off the ground, and expansion typically requires additional lending. In order to make good on these debts, a business has to have a strong bottom line. Yet, in many instances, businesses see shrinking markets, diminishing margins and difficulty making ends meet.

Things to consider before pursuing Chapter 11 bankruptcy

Financial woes strike most businesses at one time or another. Sometimes, these money troubles threaten to shut a business down. However, such drastic measures aren't always necessary, as businesses can find debt relief options that allow them to continue operation.

Texas cupcake chain files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy

Anytime an individual or business is struggling to stay afloat, they may consider bankruptcy as a viable option. Gigi's Cupcakes, a cupcake chain based in Texas, recently filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection after facing multiple lawsuits. Gigi's apparently has multiple shops in Texas, in places such as Dallas and Fort Worth, and operates dozens of franchises all across the country.

David's Bridal files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy

Both individuals and companies have the option of filing for bankruptcy protection when their debts become overwhelming. Nowadays, more and more U.S. companies have had to file for bankruptcy due to major changes in the marketplace. David's Bridal, the largest bridal retailer in the country, recently filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection.

Sears closing 9 stores in Texas as part of bankruptcy

Business bankruptcy options are available to help struggling businesses overcome their financial struggles. A total of 9 Sears stores will close throughout Texas as part of the company's announcement that it will file for Chapter 11 reorganization bankruptcy. The company has been experiencing declining sales and increasing debt and will close 142 stores as part of the liquidation process of some of its stores. Changes in the retail landscape, shopping habits and technology have resulted in declining sales for the retailer.

What is Chapter 11 bankruptcy?

If your business has been struggling, you may wonder what chapter 11 bankruptcy is. In general, Chapter 11 bankruptcy is a bankruptcy option for small businesses and corporations that are struggling and seeking relief from debt that may be crushing for the business.

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