Walking Through Bankruptcy

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iUniverse, May 1, 2003 - Business & Economics - 124 pages
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The author puts a face on bankruptcy from the point-of-view of those who've suffered losses.

Forty chapters deal with topics like "Questioning the debtor's schedules," "How to handle the bankruptcy crook," "Bankruptcy and taxes," "Bankruptcy and Divorce," and "When creditors let bankruptcy happen."

The author uses a guide named Putz for the walk through bankruptcy. Putz observes how creditors may limit losses. Putz points out the weeds as well as the flowers.

 

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Contents

INTRODUCTION
1
THE CAPTION
10
THE 341a MEETING
16
EXCEPTIONS TO DISCHARGE
23
CLASSES OF CLAIM
30
SALES BACK TO THE DEBTOR
36
BANKRUPTCY AND ATTORNEYS
43
BANKRUPTCY AND
47
THE POWERS OF THE TRUSTEE
60
ATTORNEYS FOR THE DEBTOR
73
QUESTIONING THE DEBTORS
86
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