Take Note: Tools For Annotating PDF Seminar Materials

By Beverly M. Burden, Chapter 13 Trustee for the Eastern District of Kentucky

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Reaffirmation, Redemption and Surrender of Personal Property vs. “Ride Through” In Chapter 7 Cases – Part III of III

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Reaffirmation, Redemption and Surrender of Personal Property vs. “Ride Through” In Chapter 7 Cases – Part II of III

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Reaffirmation, Redemption And Surrender Of Personal Property Vs. “Ride Through” In Chapter 7 Cases – Part I of III

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Four Bankruptcy Forms Changed December 1

By Jill Michaux, Kansas Bankruptcy Attorney

Changes to four official bankruptcy forms went into effect December 1, 2012.

Form B7 – Statement of Financial Affairs Form B9 – Notice of Commencement Form B10 – Proof of Claim Form B21 – Statement of Social Security Number

Form B7 – Statement of Financial Affairs was changed for the definition of . . . → Read More: Four Bankruptcy Forms Changed December 1