The Foundation Of A Solid Business Is Its Financing
Capital is a critical component of any good business idea. Sometimes, the key factors separating a successful business endeavor from one that limps into obscurity are the structure and the source of a business’s financing.
The Jorgensen Law Firm, LLC, in Hartford regularly represents banks, financial institutions, private investors, government/quasi-government lenders and borrowers in connection with structuring, documenting and closing a wide range of commercial financing transactions.
Commercial finance projects vary in size and complexity. We take the time to fully understand your business and personalize our service to meet your specific needs and objectives. We will provide thorough information on all financing options available to you and summarize the pros and cons of each.
We also assist clients with commercial debt collection and, if necessary, pursuing debts through bankruptcy.
Broad Experience And Personal Service
Commercial finance attorney Tony E. Jorgensen has extensive experience with a wide range of financing needs, including:
- Business loans
- Commercial real estate financing
- Term loans and lines of credit
- Revolving loans
- Asset-based loans
- Acquisition financing
- Tax-exempt bonds
- Government grants
- Workouts and debt restructuring
We regularly handle matters for lenders and borrowers involved in various government-sponsored lending situations, including loans guaranteed by the state of Connecticut Department of Economic and Community Development (DECD) and the United States Small Business Administration (SBA).
The Right Blend Of Technology And Personal Service
Our law firm makes full use of technology that has streamlined the lending and borrowing processes. At the same time, we never lose sight of the fact that technology does not replace personal attention. Our commitment to exceeding client expectations means we are accessible, responsive and always happy to meet with clients at their request.
We welcome the opportunity to answer your questions and recommend an effective course of action. Call 860-856-8397 or use the contact form on this website to schedule a meeting.