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Bankruptcy Basics

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On November 17, 2014 our very own Bruce Levitt will be the moderator and a speaker at a seminar sponsored by the New Jersey Institute for Continuing Legal Education (ICLE) called "Bankruptcy Basics 2014." This program is designed for lawyers who do not handle bankruptcy cases, including those at large firms, government agencies or attorneys considering venturing into a new area of practice. The speakers will explain key provisions of the Bankruptcy Code, including a discussion of the differences between Chapter 7, 11 and 13 cases.

Some of the bankruptcy practice and procedure topics which will be discussed include:

· A general understanding of Chapter 7 and 13 cases

· A general understanding of a Chapter 11 case

· What is property of the bankruptcy estate

· How does the automatic stay work

· The creditor's role in a bankruptcy

· How does one receive a discharge

· Post bankruptcy case issues

Mr. Levitt speaks often at ICLE seminars and recently spoken about reverse mortgages. In May, he spoke at the 16th Annual Hon. William H. Gindin Bankruptcy Bench-Bar Conference on the topics of Loan Modification, Reaffirmation and Chapter 20 bankruptcies.

If you are interested in learning how filing a bankruptcy case could benefit you and your family, come to one of the most highly respected and experienced attorneys in New Jersey. The legal team at Levitt and Slafkes, PC provides the advice and guidance you need to obtain relief from your overwhelming debt.

We are bankruptcy lawyers who know how to make a difference in your financial situation. We have experience you can rely on and we care about your results. Contact our New Jersey law firm online by filling out the form or by calling 973-323-2953 to schedule a free initial consultation with an attorney at Levitt & Slafkes, PC.

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