The financial distress of a business often presents strategic opportunities for others. An essential component of Munsch Hardt’s Bankruptcy, Restructuring & Insolvency practice is the ability to help clients identify opportunities to invest in, acquire, liquidate and otherwise dispose of operating companies, discreet divisions that are unusually profitable or underperforming and individual assets or asset groups in insolvent or distressed circumstances. We work closely with our clients to assist them in navigating the procedures and potential obstacles that they may encounter in their pursuit of such opportunities, including formulating restructuring plans for businesses and their estates to maximize the value obtained for distressed assets, identifying potential acquisitions, developing competitive bids and assisting in conducting due diligence.
The attorneys in the Bankruptcy, Restructuring & Insolvency practice group are highly skilled and experienced in navigating the sales process in bankruptcy proceedings, as well as negotiating out-of-court asset acquisitions and dispositions involving insolvent entities. They have vast experience representing distressed businesses, trustees and other estate representatives in their efforts to market and maximize asset values, as well as representing a broad portfolio of strategic purchasers, high net worth individuals and investors who are seeking opportunities to acquire assets in distressed circumstances. Just as our lending and investor clients recognize the opportunities and potential upside in the purchase of established businesses in financial difficulty, our debtor and estate clients recognize the importance of a well-designed and carefully structured approach to maximize the value received for assets in circumstances involving financial distress.
Munsch Hardt’s Bankruptcy Restructuring & Insolvency attorneys work seamlessly with attorneys in our other practice groups to provide clients with efficient and cost-effective solutions for pursuing asset acquisition opportunities and in disposing of assets.