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Introduction to Bankruptcy Law (West Legal…
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Introduction to Bankruptcy Law (West Legal Studies Series)

by Martin A. Frey

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By introducing bankruptcy in a very practical manner, the authors of this publication successfully educate the reader on such topics as the types of bankruptcy filings, alternatives to bankruptcy, research aids, the roles of the various parties involved in the process, and eligibility and selection of the appropriate bankruptcy chapter under which a case should be filed. The step-by-step approach to explaining each filing-from initiation of the attorney/client relationship through closing the case-helps make the concepts easier to grasp. The role of the paralegal in the bankruptcy process is very well defined, from fact gathering and interfacing with clients, to preparation of the various forms required to be filed in the Office of the Clerk of the Court. Finally, up-to-date official bankruptcy forms with detailed explanations for completing them, as well as creditor- and debtor-client questionnaires, round out this excellent learning and resource publication.

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