Month: January 2019

The “Sleep Outfitters” retail chain has petitioned Kentucky courts for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection. On January 11, 2019, Sleep Outfitters, a subsidiary of Innovative Mattress Solutions, LLC,   filed for bankruptcy in  the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern District of Kentucky, Lexington Division. Similar, large retail bankruptcy filings have become increasingly commonplace in recent years. There were 16 significant retail filings in 2018 and, as of early February, six more in 2019. Sleep Outfitters’ Bankruptcy Case In this case, Sleep Outfitters sought to borrow funding in order to continue business operations as the company looks […]

Attorney Matthew Bunch

Matt handles complicated bankruptcies and debt restructuring in Chapters 11 and 13 for both individuals and companies. He has also negotiated with multiple creditors on behalf of his clients to avoid bankruptcy. Matt is the firm’s lead litigator and handles contract disputes, certain personal injury claims and general litigation. [ Attorney Bio ]

After receiving a bankruptcy filing discharge in Kentucky, it is time to look forward. One of the best reasons to file bankruptcy is to leave past problems behind and move toward a fresh start. You will be free of the burden of unmanageable debt, but you will also face the challenge of a lower credit score. If buying a house after Chapter 7 bankruptcy is your dream, this is a potentially achievable goal. Many people surprisingly learn they may qualify for a post-bankruptcy mortgage much sooner after filing than expected. How Soon After Chapter 7 […]

Attorney Caryn L. Belobraidich

Attorney Caryn L. Belobraidich has handled Chapter 7 liquidation bankruptcies for individuals and businesses and Chapter 13 reorganizations for twenty years. She graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and went on to get her J.D. degree at Thomas Cooley Law School in Lansing, Michigan. Caryn tries to make the bankruptcy process as pleasant as possible for all of her clients. [ Attorney Bio ]