Bankruptcy Attorneys


Bankruptcy Specialists for the Triad Area

At Ivey, McClellan, Gatton & Siegmund ("Ivey McClellan"), one of the few remaining Debtor based business law firms and bankruptcy attorneys in Greensboro, NC, we are able to assist businesses, individuals, and couples with a variety of debt issues, creating customized plans that lead to resolution either inside or outside the courts.

Whether your debts have arisen personally as a result of divorce or unpaid bills or you wish to restructure or dissolve your business, our bankruptcy attorneys are prepared to assist and advise you.

Types of Bankruptcy

Chapter 7 Bankruptcy

Chapter 7 Bankruptcy is typically referred to as liquidation bankruptcy, even though most individuals that file Chapter 7 don’t even end up losing anything. Individuals and companies are both eligible to file a Chapter 7 Bankruptcy.  Learn more about Chapter 7 Bankruptcy

Chapter 11 Bankruptcy

While Chapter 7 Bankruptcy is typically referred to as liquidation bankruptcy, Chapter 11 Bankruptcy is a reorganization bankruptcy. Chapter 11 is conveniently available to individuals and entities. Learn more about Chapter 11 Bankruptcy

Chapter 13 Bankruptcy

Chapter 13 Bankruptcy is a reorganization bankruptcy. Chapter 13 is available to individuals and married couples with regular income that are looking to restructure their debts, while businesses are not able to file Chapter 13. Learn more about Chapter 13 Bankruptcy

Consumer Bankruptcy

Consumer bankruptcy is a term used to describe bankruptcy that is available to individuals and married couples that have incurred typical, non-business debt (debts related to homes, cars, credit cards, medical bills, for example). Learn more about Consumer Bankruptcy.

Business Bankruptcy

Business bankruptcy (also known as commercial bankruptcy) is a term used to describe bankruptcy that is available to business entities, such as Limited Liability Companies and Corporations, as well as individuals with primarily business-related debt. Learn more about Business Bankruptcy.

Agriculture Bankruptcy

Agriculture Bankruptcy refers to a bankruptcy specialized for people who are farmers. It includes a hybridized bankruptcy code, with pieces similar to the consumer and business bankruptcy proceedings that are favorable to those who operate farms. Learn more about Agriculture Bankruptcy.

Know Your Options

We’re the experienced professionals you want and need to help advise and guide you through a variety of debt issues such as taxes, harassing creditors, and foreclosures.

Visit our FAQs if you have any pressing questions, and consult with an Ivey McClellan attorney to determine whether you need a strategy for approaching creditors and settling debts in an attempt to pay off existing debt, or whether you truly need to file bankruptcy. Our bankruptcy lawyers will guide you through all aspects of the bankruptcy process, including the means test, exemptions to which you are entitled, and choosing the right chapter, or type of bankruptcy you should file.

Meet With A Specialist

Contact us today for a free consultation with one of our bankruptcy lawyers. We’ll make sure that you are armed with sufficient information to determine what course of action is right for you.

Office Locations


100 South Elm Street Suite 500
Greensboro, NC 27401
Phone: 336-274-4658
Fax: 336-274-4540


551 Monroe Street
Eden, NC 27288
Phone: (336) 623-4600

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