When it comes to insolvency proceedings, we at Schultze & Braun have one key objective: to preserve businesses in the interests of all involved. And we do everything we can to achieve this.
With this in mind, we always fight to preserve and restructure a company if it is feasible and reasonable to do so. A “living” company is the best outcome for all involved – for creditors and contractual partners as much as for employees and owners.
It is this belief that has enabled Schultze & Braun to grow over the past 40 years to become what it is today: Germany’s most popular insolvency and restructuring firm with 600 highly qualified staff at over 30 locations.
Information for creditors
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Information sheets for creditors, debtors and employees
Download the information sheets here:
Filing of claims/German (PDF 78 KB)
For employees/German (PDF 69 KB)
For employees/Turkish (PDF 71 KB)
Information sheet on the procedure for the discharge of residual debt for insolvency proceedings filed between July 1, 2014 and September 30, 2020 insolvency proceedings applied for
Information sheet on the procedure for the discharge of residual debt for insolvency proceedings filed from October 1 2020 filed insolvency proceedings
Scheme: Obligation to supply for insolvency proceedings by COVInsAG of 27 March 2020