Form Changes Outline

Prepared by Mary Viegelahn, Chapter 13 Standing Trustee, San Antonio, TX

The ‘Other’ Form Changes Webinar is still a great resource if you and/or your staff haven’t viewed it. This week we are adding an additional tool, a Form Changes Outline which includes tips and explanations of each form change.

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