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Strategic Liquidity is a proprietary, private debt trading investment group who has completed over 1100 transactions and $1.5 billion of debt bought/sold/realized in the past 20 years. Typical investments include purchasing claims of creditors in bankruptcy cases such as the Sears & Century 21 and other major bankruptcies; judgments from trustees and receivers, loans from third party investors, and remnant assets in the wind down of bankruptcy case.
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- Our team can help close out your estate by converting assets into cash.
- Your duty as a Trustee is to maximize the estate value. You have collected funds and now want to make a distribution to creditors. It is time to close your bankruptcy estate.
- The longer a bankruptcy estate stays open, the more costly it is for the trustee. Often, the incremental value of the cash coming in doesn't cover the costs of maintaining the estate, yet you still have an obligation to resolve the remaining assets. In the Final Report, the US Trustee requires trustees to account for all assets. SLFAQ will buy those remaining hard-to-collect assets from your bankruptcy estate thereby allowing you to close the estate.
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Settle your Bankruptcy Claim today - Receive a quote within 24 hours
Provide us with your bankruptcy proof of claim and supporting documentation.
We will evaluate your claim and offer a fair price, providing your company with immediate liquidity and avoid waiting years for periodic distributions.
We will work with you to complete all necessary paperwork and file the necessary court documents to execute the transfer of claim(s).
Frequently asked questionsContact us for more info
What is the maximum you will pay for an asset?
SLFAQ, LLC will review any size asset.
What types of assets do you purchase?
We purchase all types of remnant assets including; default judgements, accounts receivables, class action law claims, litigation claims, tax refunds, and promissory notes.
Where do you buy your assets from?
SLFAQ, LLC buys assets from bankruptcy estates receiverships and liquidators.