WHAT IS THE DEADLINE?

Keep this Quick Reference Guide to Critical Deadlines in Chapter 13 Cases handy.  It’s a “must-have” for novice attorneys.  And it is particularly useful when trying to find a deadline buried in the most confusing Bankruptcy Rule ever written – Rule 1007(c).

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