Tactics and Strategies for Managing Debt and Surviving Bankruptcy - Tips and Tricks from a Bankruptcy Lawyer

Tactics and Strategies for Managing Debt and Surviving Bankruptcy - Tips and Tricks from a Bankruptcy Lawyer

von: John W. Lee

BookBaby, 2018

ISBN: 9781543933369 , 130 Seiten

Format: ePUB

Kopierschutz: DRM

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Preis: 4,75 EUR

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Tactics and Strategies for Managing Debt and Surviving Bankruptcy - Tips and Tricks from a Bankruptcy Lawyer


 

John W. Lee, a bankruptcy attorney with 20 years of experience, explains in layman's terms how bankruptcy works and how to navigate around some of the biggest pitfalls in the process. This book explains the bankruptcy process and answers the most common questions asked by debtors contemplating bankruptcy. The book does not contain copies of the bankruptcy forms and schedules, nor does it contain step-by-step instructions on how to fill out those forms. Rather, the author shares his decades of legal experience with the reader and shows them how to avoid the most common bankruptcy blunders. The author explains things in simple easy to understand terms without using a lot of legalese. However, this book could also be used as a quick reference manual for a bankruptcy paralegal or petition preparer as it cites relevant case law and statutes where applicable. The book delves into how bankruptcy impacts other practice areas like family law and personal injury cases. The author explains the traps and pitfalls associated with filling out the official forms, protecting assets, non-dischargeable debts, attending the 341 Meeting of Creditors, the Trustee's role in bankruptcy, calculating Chapter 13 plan payments, the differences between Chapter 7 and Chapter 13, and how to rebuild credit after bankruptcy. If you are struggling with debt, considering a do-it-yourself bankruptcy, a paralegal, a petition preparer, a new lawyer, interested in getting into the bankruptcy profession, or just someone that wants to become more aware of how bankruptcy works, then you should read this book.