Welcome to our Miami-Dade / Broward office, which serves the residents of Greater South Florida. Henry Hernandez has represented thousands of bank customers over the past 20 years, most of them in Florida, Georgia, New York, California, Texas and elsewhere.
He is a well-known member of the Bankruptcy Bar Association, which represents secured creditors in all kinds of insolvency proceedings. In 2014, he was named "Most Effective Lawyer in Bankruptcy" by the Daily Business Review. He was selected by Chambers & Partners USA Guide as one of the "Top 100 Lawyers in the United States" for 2007-2020 and was listed as "Best Bankruptcy Lawyer in Florida" and "One of the Top 100" in the United States in 2013. We were included in the U.S. Guide Lists of Chambers and Partners from 2007 to 2020 and have long conducted ourselves in a manner consistent with the highest standards of professional ethics and integrity.
Leali was born in Coral Gables, Florida and graduated in law from the University of Miami School of Law, where she was a member of the Law Review. In 2013, she was named a "Leader in Law" by the Florida Association of Women Lawyers and in 2014 an "Honorary Lawyer."
Hernandez was involved in thousands of bankruptcy cases and worked for several years as a bankruptcy attorney in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida. Miami bankruptcy attorneys are active in all areas of general bankruptcy law, including, but not limited to: Chapter 7, Chapter 11 and Chapter 12 bankruptcy. They also have extensive experience representing companies in other areas such as real estate, insurance, property and business development, business administration, financial services, tax and accounting, public relations, corporate governance and corporate law.
Insolvency lawyers will be able to understand the law and break the legal jargon that so often surrounds it, such as bankruptcy law, tax and accounting, and corporate governance.
If you need advice but can afford a lawyer, it is a good option to get help from a legal aid organisation. Contact your local branch of the American Civil Liberties Union of Florida (ACLU). They can offer you experienced and competent advice and representation for your company.
The firm welcomes all requests and is proud to be a partner in the Florida branch of the American Civil Liberties Union of Florida (ACLU). We also serve on the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York. The firm is dedicated to serving the interests of its clients in Florida, the United States and around the world.
Remember that while we offer support for a wide range of legal needs, many legal aid organisations go bankrupt. Legal aid organisations help people on low incomes to get the legal help they need and often can afford. We are proud to be a partner in the Florida branch of the American Civil Liberties Union of Florida (ACLU), which is committed to providing free legal support to all Florida residents.
The US Bankruptcy Court is competent only to file bankruptcy petitions and therefore not to issue binding judgments in other cases, such as divorce. The role of the bank's bankruptcy trustee is to oversee the bankruptcy case and to report to the appointed bankruptcy judge on the bankruptcy proceedings. In Florida, however, we rely heavily on the bankruptcy judge's role as administrator, so discharge of the administrator can be primarily in the hands of a bankruptcy administrator. A bankruptcy court is a central place to connect with a range of legal aid organizations in Florida and other states across the country.
All you need to do is click here to complete our free bankruptcy review form. We will contact a bankruptcy attorney in Miami, Florida or one of our other offices in Florida. Miami bankruptcy lawyers are working to provide their clients with the legal representation they need to protect their interests.
We offer detailed bankruptcy support tailored to your individual needs, and our staff will advise you on many steps you can take or avoid before, during and after your bankruptcy filing. The bankruptcy is done and not by itself, with the help of one of our bankruptcy attorneys in Miami or our other offices.
Read more about how your local attorney can help you with bankruptcy proceedings and read our guide on how to contact them for more information. Determine which type of bankruptcy is most appropriate for your individual situation and contact a replacement attorney who can explain it in detail.
If your local legal assistance organization can help you with your specific bankruptcy matters, you can refer them to a local law firm or other local attorney. When you call them, you can expect your phone provider or paralegal to ask you questions to determine whether you are entitled to their free assistance and whether you are eligible for bankruptcy.