Understanding Chapter 13 Procedures
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This training session helps you understand the ramifications of a borrower seeking debt relief and reorganization under a Chapter 13 bankruptcy proceeding. It also covers mortgage modification.
Attendees will gain insights into what qualifies a consumer to file for bankruptcy protection (with or without mortgage modification), what the lender can and cannot do when a bankruptcy plan is confirmed, and the boundaries of debt collection and recourse.
About The Presenter
- Formulating a Confirmable Plan
- Cram Down
- The Means Test
- Feasibility of the Plan
- Length of the Plan
- Confirmation of the Plan
- Chapter 13 Discharge
- Chapter 13 Case Study
- Ethical Considerations
Robert J. Bigge, Jr., Esq.
- Partner at Bigge & Rodriguez, P.A.
- Bankruptcy attorney in Fort Lauderdale with a practice limited exclusively to consumer bankruptcy for nearly 23 years
- Receives many referrals from clients, accountants and attorneys practicing in other areas of law
- Has a reputation for successful, yet compassionate representation, and he places a high priority on personal attention and honest assessment of clients’ circumstances
- Every client has a unique situation, and Robert’s practice limited to Chapter 13, Chapter 7, and Mortgage Modification Mediation enables him and his partner to find the right solution for each client
- Awarded 9.6 Superb Avvo Rating, Recognized Speaker in the Southern District of Florida
- J.D. degree, University of Miami; B.A. degree in liberal arts, University of Florida
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