By rlogsdon, on June 16th, 2012
Chapter 13 Bankruptcy and the self-represented individual
By Leon D. Bayer
Chapter 13 bankruptcy is an outstanding financial legal remedy for individuals overwhelmed with debt. Typical case results may include solving foreclosure problems and ending creditor harassment. Obtaining good results is not easy however, due to the extreme complexity of the laws . . . → Read More: THE NEW BANKRUPTCY MATH: [Your Chapter 13 Case] + [No Lawyer] = [Zero Success Rate]
By Deborah B. Langehennig, on September 7th, 2009
Deborah B. Langehennig is the Chapter 13 Trustee in the Western District of Texas, Austin Division.
The Trustees’ Education Network (TEN) provides far too many valuable resources for debtors, creditors, and counsel alike for us to list them all here. Instead, Chapter Thirteen Trustee Debbie Langehennig has provided the quick links and resource summaries . . . → Read More: A Few of the Resources Available at the Trustees’ Education Network (TEN)
By , on January 6th, 2009
Henry E. “Hank” Hildebrand, III is the Chapter 13 Trustee for the Middle District of Tennessee, and a member of the Board of Directors for the NACTT Academy. He can reached at Hank.Hildebrand@ConsiderChapter13.org.
Filing bankruptcy is difficult, expensive and traumatic. It involves your entire family, directly or indirectly, and it can have a . . . → Read More: Ten Things To Look For When Selecting A Bankruptcy Attorney