Basic Bankruptcy Law for Paralegals: Forms Manual

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Aspen Law & Business, 1997 - Law - 288 pages
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This third edition represents the best bankruptcy law text for paralegals available. Emphasizing the Bankruptcy Code Rules as they affect both consumers and business, BASIC BANKRUPSTCY LAW FOR PARALEGALS clearly shows students how to prepare debtor statements and schedules;
report on debtors statements and schedules for creditors; prepare proofs of claims for creditors; assist in claims review and objection procedures for trustees; monitor debtors' compliance with applicable rules; research exemptions and cramdown issues; investigate facts and documents for litigation; draft preliminary motions, complaints, briefs, and memoranda; and prepare administrative reports for trustees. with reference throughout to the latest Code amendments and rules form districts nationwide, BASIC BANKRUPTCY LAW FOR PARALEGALS offers step-by-step guidance through the paralegal's role at every stage of every bankruptcy proceeding, complete with the documents and timing involved. Abundant examples, checklists of procedures, and questions for discussion all enhance the books value as the most useful and accessible text available.The exceptional teaching package includes a separate Forms Manual to familiarize your students with the forms and documents whey will encounter in practice. In addition, a helpful Instructor's Manual gives you the benefit of the authors own classroom methods.

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David Buchbinder is a senior lecturer in the School of Communication and Cultural Studies at Curtin University of Technology. Gender theory, contemporary literary theory, and the history of ideas are among his research interests.

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