Lien Stripping Fundamentals: I Strip, You Strip, We All Strip Our Liens
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Whether you represent a debtor or creditor in a bankruptcy case, it is crucial to understand lien stripping.
The ability to strip a lien off of real estate, motor vehicles, or all of the debtor's property is a major aspect of bankruptcy, so everyone needs to be prepared.
If you represent a debtor and miss the opportunity, it could mean malpractice for you as the attorney. If you represent a creditor whose lien can potentially be stripped, you need to be able to explain what the debtor can do to their account, how, why, and what happens next.
This webinar will explain the methods, tips, tricks, and many other important aspects of lien stripping.
Lien Stripping Basics
Lien Stripping in Chapter 7
- Who Can Strip
- How You Strip
- What Happens After
Lien Stripping in Chapter 13
- Judgment Liens
- Mortgage Liens
- Tax Liens
About The Presenter
- Judgment Liens
- Mortgage Liens
- Tax Liens
Paul S. Kuzmickas, Esq.
- Managing counsel, Cleveland of the firm Luftman, Heck & Associates LLP and chief legal advisor for NextChapter
- Focuses on bankruptcy law, foreclosure defense, and consumer protection
- Bankruptcy and business law adjunct professor
- Ohio Super Lawyers Rising Star for bankruptcy law, 2015-2016
- Co-wrote, Inside the Minds - Chapter 7 Consumer Bankruptcy Strategies, 2015 ed.: Leading Lawyers on Filing Chapter 7 Cases in Today's Consumer Bankruptcy Climate
- Frequent speaker on bankruptcy law, foreclosure law, and business startups
- J.D. degree, The Ohio State University Mortiz College of Law
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