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Don’t Miss the Members Only 2012 Fall NACBA Workshop
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Bankruptcy Certification for Attorneys
Don't Let the Required Bankruptcy Courses Delay Your Case
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The Bankruptcy Course Process Simplified
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Start Fresh Today Launches New Website
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Start Fresh Today to Sponsor and Exhibit at Annual NACBA Conference in San Antonio, Texas
Racial Disparity in the Consumer Bankruptcy System
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New Maryland Rules Require More Proof in Debt Collection Cases
2011 Personal Bankruptcies Down 12%
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Courts Take Action on Bankruptcy Preparers
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Bankruptcy Code on the Go - Free
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Absolute Priority Rule No Longer Applies Under BAPCPA
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Personal Property May Apply to Homestead Exemption
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NY Times on Relief for Student Debtors
Your Government Prefers Chapter 13
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Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Trustee Responsibilities and Remuneration
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Supreme Court Changes Proof of Claim Rules
Student Loans to be Dischargeable in Bankruptcy
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Fighting Fraud in Bankruptcy Act Introduced
Bankrupt Homeowners Shed Second Mortgages
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House Votes End to HAMP
Montana Businessman's Bankruptcy Fraud Scheme
New Chapter 7 Trustee on Bankruptcy Reform
SJC: No Spousal Equity in Bankruptcy
New Foreclosure Mediator Contract for Miami-Dade
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Debtor Prosecutions Rise Amid Poorly Hidden Assets
Bankrupt Politicians - In the Financial Sense
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Changes to ARM Disclosures Go Into Effect Sunday
Capital One Bank to Refund More Than $2 Million in Improperly Collected Consumer Bankruptcy Monies
Coalition for Debtor Education Attempts to Raise Awareness on Bankruptcy and Debt-Related Issues
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Congress Finds BAPCPA Ineffective?
First Mortgage Exempt From Deficiency Judgment After Short Sale - Starting Jan 1, 2011
Bankruptcy Code Time Machine
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Senior Credit Card Debt Increasing Bankruptcy Filings
Personal Bankruptcies Highest Since 2005
"Chapter 20" Bankruptcy
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New HAMP Guidelines Include Borrowers in Bankruptcy
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Are the Wrong People Filing for Bankruptcy?
NACBA Members, Don't Forget to Vote
U.S. Supreme Court Says Attorneys are Debt Relief Agencies under BAPCPA, Upholds Ban on Advising Clients to Incur Additional Debt
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Choosing an LPO Provider for Your Bankruptcy Firm
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U.S. Supreme Court Hears Argument on Constitutionality of BAPCPA
U.S. Supreme Court to Hear Challenge to BAPCPA
House May Vote on Mortgage Modification Bill This Week
Make Your Voice Heard on Mortgage Modification
The Forgotten Creditor
Bankruptcy and the Tax Refund
Bankruptcy Appeals Courts and Electronic Filing
NY Federal Reserve Links Foreclosure Crisis to Bankruptcy Reform
DePaul Law School and Commercial Law League of America Annual Symposium
Handling a Creditor Purchase Money Security Interest
Completing the Creditor Schedule
The Bankruptcy Discharge and Mortgage Billing Statements
The Bank Account Dilemma
Department of Justice Holds Comment Period for Proposed Rule on Approval of Financial Education Providers
Mandatory Bankruptcy Disclosures
Senator Dick Durbin to Hold Press Conference
Documents Required for the Debtor Audit
Helping Your Client Survive a Debtor Audit
The Credit Counseling Course and Filing Bankruptcy
Guiding Your Client Through Bankruptcy Exemption Planning
Handling Ancillary and Cross Border Cases in Bankruptcy Court
New Foreclosure Filing Procedures in Florida's 12th Circuit
Bankruptcy Reform and President-Elect Barack Obama
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The Science Behind Withdrawal of the Reference
Keeping it Clean - The Ethical Side of Bankruptcy Law
The Abstention Factor in Bankruptcy Proceedings
Suviving the Economic Roller Coaster
Navigating Your Client Through the Bankruptcy Maze
Uniform Forms are the Rule for Bankruptcy Trustees
House and Senate Approves National Guard and Reservists Debt Relief Act
Chapter 7 Median Income Comparison Updates
The Average American Lawyer Makes $113,600 - But the Spectrum is Broad
Study Examines Potential BAPCPA Constitutional Issues
Student Loan Difficulties in Midst of the Credit Crunch
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Donald Trump Knows How to Save Your Home...or Not
Important Bankruptcy Median Income Data Update
Judiciary Committee Passes Bankruptcy Bill
Finally - a Creditor's Organization that Tells the Truth!
Visit Start Fresh Today at NACBA!
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Dollar Amount Changes Take Effect April 1
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Commercial Law League of America's BAPCPA Survey
BAPCPA Provisions Declared Unconstitutional as Applied to Minnesota Attorneys
Start Fresh Today at NACBA
2005-2006 Bankruptcy Filing Statistics Comparison Misleading at Best
Supreme Court Holds No Absolute Right to Convert
BRAD BOTES SEEKS RETURN TO NACBA BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Mortgage Foreclosure "Disaster" Calls for Extreme Measures
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Former Bankruptcy Petitioners Not Qualified to be Credit Counselors?
National Consumer Bankruptcy Project Back in the Field
Pro Bono Attorneys Not Debt Relief Agencies per U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of Florida
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Senate Committee Holds Predatory Mortgage Lending Practices
Debtor Attorney Fees from Workers Comp Claim?
Publicity for Max Gardner's Bankruptcy Boot Camp Continues to Grow
Bankruptcy America website revamps consumer information for the BAPCPA age
Max Gardner's Bankruptcy Boot Camp in BusinessWeek
Illinois Law Professor Predicts Bankruptcy Filings Headed Toward Pre-BAPCPA Levels
Center for Responsible Lending Report Predicts Subprime Mortgage Disaster
Section 528 Advertising Disclosure Requirements Fail Constitutional Test
Rulings Against BAPCPA Debt Relief Agency Provisions Continue to Mount
Cable Service is not a Utility Under Section 366
Illinois Professor's Senate Testimony Puts BAPCPA in Perspective
NACBA Has Harsh Words for Senate Bankruptcy Hearing
9th Circuit Rules on Presumptive Fees
Consumer Bankruptcy Filing Trends May Reveal Little Change
Morgan King's Bankruptcy Academy
Third Court Finds Portions of BAPCPA Unconstitutional
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Bankruptcy Boot Camp an Eye-Opening Experience
Bankruptcy Attorney Responds to Media Mischaracterization
Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys Say BAPCPA Has Increased Cost of Bankruptcy with No Benefits
Courts Inconsistent on Inclusion of Non-Filing Spouse's Income
Ninth Circuit Rules Some Retirement Contributions "Necessary Expenses"
"Disposable Income" Determination Disregards Actual Projected Income
Bankruptcy Courts Avoiding Imperfectly Executed Mortgage Liens
Median Income Rises Nationally - But Reality for Most is a Little Different
U.S. District Court in Texas Holds BAPCPA Partially Unconsitutional
ARM Adjustments Impact Millions of Homeowners in 2006-07
Media Continues to Mischaracterize Bankruptcy Statistics
NACBA Lawsuit Update
3rd Circuit Rules Reimbursement Debt for Military Education Not Dischargeable
Consumer Debt Continues to Grow as Credit Card Solicitations Reach an All-Time High
Federal Reserve Board Drops the Ball in Consumer Credit Study
"Foolish" Advice on Bankruptcy Filings
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SFT Offers Free Software Demonstrations--and Free Katrina Impact Bus Tour Tickets
NACBA Offers Free Seminar to Hurricane Katrina Survivors
NACBA, CT Bar Association Challenge BAPCPA
SFTI Debtor Education Course Approved by U.S. Trustee
Chapter 7 Filings on the Rise Again
Good Money Management Hurting Credit Card Issuers
Outstanding Consumer Credit Grows Despite 2005 Bankruptcy Filings
Bankruptcy Filing Fee Increases Effective 4/9/06
Avoiding the Means Test - And Other Reasons to File Under Chapter 13
Defining Family Size
"Discharge by Declaration" Continues to Erode
FTC and Other Agencies Request Comment on Fair Credit Guidelines
Creditors Who Lobbied for BAPCPA May Suffer the Most for It
Credit Counseling/ Financial Management Course Requirements Distinct
Loss of Immunity for Debt Collection Lawyers Provides Protection for Consumers
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News Coverage Mischaracterizes NACBA Findings
NACBA Reveals Impact of BAPCPA
15 Million Americans Working at or Below Poverty Level
New Median Income / Allowable Living Expenses - Is there authority for the delay?
Bankruptcy Counseling Requirement Has Little Impact
Chapter 13 Debtor With Previously Filed Case May Seek Automatic Stay Under Section 362(C)(4)(B)
New Bankruptcy Laws aren't that Bad
Credit Card Changes May Break your Back
Increase in Minimums May Max-Out Many Consumers
Credit Card Charge-Offs
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Consumer Tips for Repaying Holiday Debt
The Economy in a Nutshell
New Bankruptcy Rules Review
Economic Challenges for America in 2006
Local bankruptcy trustee's best guess is that filings will pick up again in Spring
Debt may pile quicker in '06: New credit laws could put some in deeper hole
Surge in Filings Related to Change in Law that adds tougher Requirements
Credit companies may double Minimum Payments as early as next Month
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Bankruptcy Filing Fees Rise Again
Newly Bankrupt Raking In Piles of Credit Offers
Brad Botes Appointed as Executive Director of NACBA
Bankruptcy Law's Catch
Bankruptcy Law Myths
Bankruptcy law to push more to riskier self-filing
Bankruptcy Law Backfires on Credit Card Issuers
Supreme Court on Student Loans
Housing Slowdown May Claim 800,000 Jobs
Credit Card Debtors in For Shock
Crunch Time for the Middle Class
Economy Standing Up on Credit Card Sticks
Foreclosure rates on the Rise
Sometimes Lawyers Tell Clients To Lie, Sometimes Clients Say Lawyers Made Them Lie
Court: Social Security can be used to pay debt
Hurricane Victims' Bills Come Due
Five-Day Period of Inability to Obtain Credit Counseling Services Must Occur Prior to Bankruptcy Petition in Order to Support Claim of Exigent Circumstances
Nevada Bankruptcy Court Rules Section 522(p)'s Homestead Exemption Cap Applies to Opt-Out States
Bankruptcy Filings Down Since October
Reduction in Bankruptcy Filings Since Reform
The New Rules for Going Broke
Personal Bankruptcy Filings Fall Sharply
Court Holds New Code Section 362(h) Not Applicable in Chapter 13
The Broad Effects of Bankruptcy Law
Forgive Us Our Debts--Explaining the Rising Tide of Bankruptcy
No Right to Abortion, Alito Argued in 1985
Minnesota Firm Files Constitutional Challenge to New Bankruptcy Law
Lack of Uniformity in the New Bankruptcy Code
The Costs of Bankruptcy
No Easy Way Out of Credit Card Debt
Troubling Bankruptcy Fix
Bankruptcy Caseload Increases with New Law
New Study: Credit Card Debt Explosion in the U.S.
"Means test not a big deal," says Alabama Bankruptcy Lawyer
IRS Summarizes Key BARF Tax Issues
Attorney Liability under ?? 707(b)(4)
Bankruptcy Troubles Lurk
Thoughts on "Scalito"
Will Bankruptcy Survive?
Three Sanctions and You're Out Law
Updated Census Income Figures
Miers Withdraws Supreme Court Nomination
Bankruptcy Filings Cause 'Big Credit' to Take a Hit
Post-BARF Malpractice Insurance Troubles
Sen. Durbin addresses bankruptcy bill on the Senate floor
Growing Use of Credit Cards to Make Mortgage Payment
New Bankruptcy Law is Not Cause for PANIC
Bankruptcy law needs allowance
Bankruptcy Reform may Mean More Evictions
Show Me the Money: Someday Common Sense will be Restored.
Not one word needs to be changed
Bankruptcy Filings Deluge Courts
Interesting Bankruptcy Filing Interviews: The last minute Filers.
Motion for Declaration - Not Debt Relief Agencies
A Bankruptcy New Law
Bankruptcy law affects debtors of all ages
Judge: Bankruptcy Reform is Bad Law
Bankruptcy is Alive, Well and Sorely Needed
WARNING! Raising the Minimum Payment
First Day of Bankruptcy Reform - Bankruptcy Attorneys Receive a Favorable Ruling
New Bankruptcy Guidelines
Why America's Really in Debt
A Little Satire
No Late Fees, But Watch Out For Late Rates
Filings for Bankruptcy Rise as New Law Looms
Life on Financial Edge to Get Tougher
Bankruptcy Filings Surge as Law Looms
Credit Card Use in America - Families buy Essentials With Costly Credit
Perhaps We Need CRA Reform?
Survey Report Reveals Truth Behind Credit Card Debt
The Sky is not Falling
Three Women Lawyers Better Qualified Than Supreme Court Nominee Harriet Miers
New bankruptcy road perhaps not so bumpy
Study: Credit Reporting Literacy
Bankruptcy gives families the chance to rebuild financial lives
Bankruptcy law hits snag: few counselors
The Old Law Still Applies
Going Bust is Getting Tougher
BAPCPA Ruling Applies ?? 522(p)'s $125,000 Homestead Exemption Cap to Florida Debtor
How Much Can our Bankruptcy Clients Handle?
More on Miers
With Bankruptcy Law Near, Make Filing Decision Soon
Katrina Bankruptcy Filers to get Leeway
Expected Surge in Katrina-Related Bankruptcies may Come too Late for Some
Kevin Chern Radio Interview in Palm Springs
Bankruptcy Filings Hit 13,000 per day!
Interim Bankruptcy Rules
Some Levity for Katrina Victims Filing for Bankruptcy after October 17
Interim Bankruptcy Rules
Personal bankruptcy filings soar as reform looms
Department of Justice Waives Credit Counseling Requirement for Katrina Victims (Means Test still applies)
President Bush Nominates Harriet Miers to Fill Open Supreme Court Seat
October 17th May Also Bring New Local Bankruptcy Rules and Procedures
Some States Anticipate Little BAPCPA Impact
Are We All Responding to a False Alarm?
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