Interview of Richardo I. Kilpatrick – June 23, 2008

June 23, 2008

Welcome to another in the series Chapter 13 Conversations brought to you by the National Association of Chapter 13 Trustee’s Academy for Consumer Bankruptcy Education. My name is Tom Waldron (“TW”) and I am the Advisor to the Academy and your host for this series of conversations with individuals who contribute to an understanding of Chapter 13 bankruptcy.  Today’s featured guest is Richardo Kilpatrick (“RK”) the President of Kilpatrick & Associates, PC, a firm which has a primary focus on creditor’s rights in bankruptcy law.  . . .

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