Many attorneys consider the bankruptcy discharge to be the ultimate goal of a consumer bankruptcy case and the best way to protect the consumer client. But is it? Attorneys who marry consumer protection strategies with bankruptcy practice will return an even greater benefit to their financially troubled clients.
It is anticipated that businesses and individuals will emerge from the pandemic to face a financial crisis. 2021 could bring a surge in residential foreclosures, debt collection activity, and the resultant wave of consumer bankruptcy filings. In addition, consumers who are facing financial hardship may also be the victims of financial fraud, mistreatment and costly errors in judgment. For these reasons, clients may need more than a bankruptcy discharge to set them on firm footing.
Join experienced practitioners as they discuss ways to improve the outcome for your financially-troubled clients. They will point out important issues to spot, methods for undertaking a detailed review of the your client’s debts and how to take the time to save them money without affecting your bottom line.
3.0 professional practice credits
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