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Join us in our virtual think tank. Bring your questions, stories, helpful tips/tricks, and frustrations! This weekly open forum is a place for Q&A and to discuss the practical and procedural aspects of consumer bankruptcy practice. Everyone is welcome, from beginners to experienced practitioners. Remember, there is no such thing as a stupid question.
Client forbearances and remedies in pending Chapter 13 cases. Amended/modified plan solutions, including re-payment plans, plan payment waivers and mortgage modifications.
Andrea Wimmer presents: What is Really Going on Behind the Curtain? Bankruptcy court operations – ECF, practical tips dealing with staff, etc., appeals, volunteer opportunities.
Jim Christy, Postali and Claude Ducloux will present on: If You Build It, They Will (Not) Come:Understanding the Client Buying Journey. Marketing for the small law firm. Also, Ethical Issue for Lawyers.
Diane L. Drain presents on running a small office. Andrea Wimmer will discuss SEO, plus other issues.
Mike Thrall presents on “Important State Law Issues and Their Impact on Bankruptcy”. A discussion about specific State laws that intersect with bankruptcy, including the anti-deficiency statute, there is no lien on homesteads in AZ, certain state laws that the trustee can enforce, the requirements that vehicle lenders timely perfect their liens, UCC rules on secured transactions and how certain unrecorded liens encumbering personal property survive after bankruptcy.
A panel of experts present on: Wow, Obviously Bankruptcy is Not Just Filling Out a Bunch of Forms. Now That I Know All This, What Do I Do?
Open questions and answers or anything else that are audience wants to discuss.
Ethics Guru - Karen Clark and a marketing expert
Speakers: Hal Campbell and Diane Drain