Part I – August 6, 2013
I. Bankruptcy Code
II. Theories of Bankruptcy
III. Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention and Consumer Protection Act of 2005 (BAPCPA)
IV. Key Definitions and terminology in Bankruptcy
a. 16 key definition
V. Bankruptcy Procedure
a. In General
b. In Ch. 7
c. In Ch. 13
d. Time limitations between filings and Discharge
e. 341 Meeting, First Meeting of Creditors
Part 2 – August 13, 2013
I. Abuse by individual debtor
II. Means Test Presumption
VI. Statement of Intentions
VII. Plan Length
VIII. Creditor Response
IX. Debtor Adversary Actions Against Creditors
X. Mortgage Workouts
XI. Trustee “strong arm” Avoidance Actions
XII. Proof of Claim
XIII. Objections to Proof of Claim
XIV. Objections to Confirmation
XV. Relief from Stay
EDUCATIONAL INVESTMENT PER SESSION
The educational investment is one of the following:
· $169 per single webinar connection
· $189 per Archive link
· $269 for both a single webinar connection and Archive link
Small credit union discount does not apply.
NEW IN 2013: Archive registrations will allow credit unions to access the archive files for the remaining calendar year of 2013 (expires 12/31/2013). There is no limit to the number of times the archive files can be viewed.
The registration deadline is Friday, July 26, 2013.
Sara B. Valenzuela, Attorney at Law, CPA, is a partner of Kiefer & Valenzuela, LLP, an Indianapolis law firm. She is a graduate from the Indiana University, Robert H. McKinney School of Law. She holds an Accounting Degree from the University of Kentucky. Prior to going to law school, she worked for the Eli Lilly FCU for seven years holding the position of AVP, Compliance and AVP, Accounting Operations. Ms. Valenzuela has over 20 years of experience in consulting, financial accounting, financial information systems and auditing. She has worked in the financial services, architectural, engineering and construction industries.
WHAT YOU WILL NEED TO PARTICIPATE IN A WEBINAR
· Telephone – dial into conference call
· Computer with Internet access
· Handouts will be e-mailed in advance.
Instructions and handouts will be emailed to registrants about one week in advance of the webinar date.
Call in for conference. Information will be emailed to you prior to the webinar.
10 – 11:30 a.m. EDT (Indianapolis time) for both session dates.
REGISTRATIONS CANCELLED LESS THAN FIVE WORKING DAYS BEFORE THE SESSION DATE WILL BE SUBJECT TO A 50 PERCENT CANCELLATION FEE.
IF YOU HAVE A DISABILITY REQUIRING SPECIAL SERVICES, CONTACT KIM SETTLES AT (800) 285-5300, EXT. 5341, OR (317) 594-5341 PRIOR TO THE SESSION.
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