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Out-of-Court Transaction

OUT-OF-COURT TRANSACTION

Often it is in the best interests of all parties involved – debtor, creditors, management, and shareholders – to resolve an insolvency through negotiation and consensus rather than the courts.

 

Out-of-court settlements are frequently a viable and preferable option for those involved in problem credit situations – especially when rehabilitation looks promising.  These settlements offer lower costs, and control remains with the parties rather than the court.

 

South Bay Law Firm’s professionals – and our network of strategic partners – understand the dynamics of out-of-court negotiation, and are therefore able to quickly and accurately assess and document advantageous settlements.

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