Here are some more practice tips and “OMG!” lessons from the 2016 NACTT conference. This post is on two important cases affecting the debtor’s discharge (this is a must-read for debtors’ attorneys).
Here are some practice tips and “OMG!” lessons from the 2016 NACTT conference. This post is on student loans.
What do you do when there are insurance proceeds payable on the loss of a car that secures a claim being paid through the plan?
When you are calculating what it takes to make a plan feasible, you have to know how to account for the trustee’s percentage fee.
The interest rate on secured IRS claims increased to 4%, effective with cases confirmed on or after April 1, 2016.
Debtor was in a chapter 13 case but couldn’t make plan payments. Case got dismissed. Debtor files a second case within a year. How is the automatic stay affected?
You agree to the $3,500 “no-look” fee. Sometime before confirmation, you and your client part ways, and you do an agreed order of substitution with the debtor’s new attorney. Who is supposed to be paid, and how much?