By Molly Froschauer
Credit Management Association (CMA) Adjustments exists to help serve the creditors in the bankruptcy process by ethically handling assets and distributions in a cost-effective manner. As many businesses know, once a company files bankruptcy, the process can be so costly that the creditors lose out. As CMA Adjustments prides itself on being a full-service solution to companies looking to maximize their assets for their creditors in an alternative to bankruptcy, it has added real estate to its capabilities.
Once a company is out of business, the rules for payments, collections and distributions all transform and often require a third party to handle assets to ensure fairness to creditors. Often these third parties are attorneys or financial analysts whose services cost an enormous amount due to the expertise required. At CMA, we have handled all kinds of commercial assets for more than 130 years, and we have been cognizant that many times, recovery will come from the sale of real estate. We believe that the creditors will benefit by adding these assets to the liquidation processes.
Whether the funds come from collecting rents, managing properties or liquidating buildings, CMA manages the funds of insolvent estates with the creditors in mind. CMA is also available as a resource for companies to ask questions about any part of this process. For example, many creditor managers run property records as part of the credit application and have questions about real estate’s impact on the creditors’ right to recovery. With this new expertise, CMA has expanded its ability to help companies drill down on any asset that affects their recovery.
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About CMA Adjustments
Frequently, a company suffering from the effects of diminished cash flow seeks relief from its debts through a bankruptcy proceeding. CMA Adjustments offers effective alternatives to bankruptcy. CMA’s fully developed and tested programs reorganize debt and rehabilitate insolvent companies at a fraction of the costs and none of notoriety that bankruptcy carries.
Through CMA’s out-of-court workouts management can work informally with creditors to reorganize debt or position a company for merger, acquisition or new investment. If liquidation is appropriate, CMA has extensive experience as assignee under an assignment for the benefit of creditors for most types of businesses.
Molly Froschauer is the General Manager of CMA Adjustments. She received her J.D. cum laude from Pepperdine University and her Bachelors from Claremont McKenna College. Before joining CMA, her practice was centered around bankruptcy and other out-of-court debt issues. She’s a member of the Bankruptcy Inn of Court, Los Angeles Bankruptcy Forum, and the Turnaround Management Association.