If you represent the consumer debtor, this book lets you:
- Determine whether filing under Chapter 7 or 13 is the best course for your client
- Understand the "means test" under Chapters 7 and 13
If you represent creditors, you will:
- Maximize recovery for creditors when the debtor files a bankruptcy petition
- File proofs of claim and handle the meeting of creditors with assurance
- For small business creditors, learn how to address cash collateral issues, recover collateral or goods sold to the debtor, and deal with a Chapter 11 reorganization plan
If you represent a small business, you will:
- Know all your client's options when their business is teetering on the edge
- Learn possible alternatives to a Chapter 11 filing
- Understand how the debtor's business works in Chapter 11, obtain financing, and assume or reject contracts or leases
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