Wolfson Bolton Kochis has extensive experience counseling borrowers and lenders in a wide range of financing transactions, including structuring, restructuring, and documenting loan and lease transactions. Our attorneys, who include a former director of one of the nation's largest lenders, advise our clients from a seasoned business and legal perspective. We have significant experience in asset-based and structured finance lending transactions involving all types of collateral and multi-state and cross-border transactions. We are adept at counseling our clients in routine deals, as well as those that are highly complex, including syndicated loan facilities and cross-border transactions, as well as factoring and consignment transactions. We understand our clients' businesses and work with their financial team (including loan officers, chief financial officers, and credit underwriters) to develop appropriate financing structures. Because of our varied client base, we have up-to-date knowledge on current market terms.
We draw upon our vast knowledge and experience in representing debtors, creditors' committees, financial institutions, consignment vendors, private equity funds, trustees, and receivers to provide valuable insight into the issues multi-national businesses face. Examples of our representation include acquisition financing, cross-border financing, revolving credit and term loan facilities, equipment financing, cap-ex facilities, and inventory/floor plan financing.
On March 27th, the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security Act (CARES) amended the Small Business Reorganization Act to provide small businesses with increased access to bankruptcy. The eligibility threshold has been changed from $2,725,625 of debt to $7,500,000 for one year only. Small businesses won’t be eligible after one year. The reality is harsh; however, it is imperative that businesses respond quickly. You must take advantage of the options available during the pandemic assistance time frame.
Our firm has extensive experience negotiating loan workouts and debt settlements. We are specialists in corporate and consumer bankruptcy. Covid19 is a global emergency and is causing business interruptions of yet unknown proportions. Having an expert like Wolfson Bolton Kochis in corporate finance restructuring and forbearance options is crucial to the future of your small business.
While the future feels uncertain, you can turn to Wolfson Bolton Kochis for expert advice and counsel. We have assisted hundreds of large and small corporations and individual consumers in debt settlements and lender negotiations. Our attorneys can counsel you through your business interruption, whether large or small, on both a personal and corporate level to restore financial stability. You can count on us; guiding clients through dire situations is our expertise.
Let us help you with your business restructuring. You are not alone.
Our attorneys have extensive experience negotiating and documenting business relationships among customers, suppliers, technology service providers, strategic partners, financiers, and other key constituents. Because we have a keen sense of the legal issues and business implications arising in these complex relationships, we proactively address problems, manage risks, and react quickly. Our experience and business acumen allow our attorneys to provide our clients with pragmatic and results-driven advice.
We expect each team member to strengthen our Core Focus
We responsibly manage our business for long-term growth
We hold ourselves to the highest ethical standards
We manage our clients' costs by pairing appropriate resources with tasks
We do what we say we are going to do when we say we are going to do it
We understand that we stake our reputation on every service we provide
We treat our clients and each other with respect.
Troy, MI 48083