Bankruptcy Forms Modernization: Two Months Down, Should We Smile or Frown?
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Bankruptcy forms for both debtors and creditors have drastically changed for the first time in ten years.
A majority of the bankruptcy forms for both debtors and creditors have drastically changed for the first time in ten years. This topic helps the people to understand what has changed with the bankruptcy forms and what to do now. The topic also explains the method required for analyzing the race and gender of applications received and how this relates to the hiring pitfalls, quirks, and problems with the new bankruptcy forms and how to work with them. Failure to prepare and file the forms properly can result in major problems for your client and potential malpractice for attorneys, and although there is much to learn, this information will get you started down the right path.
AuthorsPaul S. Kuzmickas, Esq., Luftman, Heck & Associates LLP
The New Forms Are Coming, the New Forms Are Coming …
• Recap in Case You Missed It
• What Has Changed
• What Has Stayed the Same
The Changes Are Here to Stay, so Now What?
• Schedule A/B - Tips, Problems, and Hidden Pitfalls
• Statement of Financial Affairs - Tips, Problems, and Hidden Pitfalls
• Everything Else - Tips, Problems, and Hidden Pitfalls
Everyone Can Share in the Fun
• Changes to Forms for Creditor's Attorneys
• Changes to Forms That Affect Others