The New Proof of Claim, Student Loan Default, New Lien Stripping Strategies and More!
Are you prepared to assist your bankruptcy clients in accordance with the new challenges and issues? Join us for this important course as our expert faculty teaches you how to carefully navigate through the many changes taking place in student loans, the new bankruptcy proof of claim, lien stripping and so much more. You'll review step-by-step the major issues that will impact your bankruptcy practice - and your client's bottom line - now and in the near future. Register today!
- Gain practical lien stripping tips you can start using right away.
- Review all of the changes to the Proof of Claim.
- Understand the Forms Modernization Project (FMP).
- Examine key issues at the intersection of the new Mortgage Servicing Rules and bankruptcy.
- Review creditor compliance standards with rules 3001(c) and 3002.1.
- Get tips and tactics for handling student loan default issues and bankruptcy obstacles.
All times are shown in Eastern time
- New Mortgage Proof of Claim Rules, Forms and Attachment
10:00 - 10:30, Emily Jarvis and Jeffrey B. Wells
- FDCPA and Bankruptcy: New CFPB Rules, Regs and Requirements
10:30 - 11:10, Christine Wolk
- Creditor Compliance With Rules 3001(c) and 3002
11:10 - 11:50, Christine Wolk
- Student Loan Default: Bankruptcy, Repayment and Collections
12:05 - 12:45, Emily Jarvis and Jeffrey B. Wells
- Changes to Lien Stripping in Bankruptcy: New Processes, Procedures
12:45 - 1:15, Emily Jarvis and Jeffrey B. Wells
- The Interplay of the CFPB, RESPA/TILA (TRID) and Bankruptcy
1:45 - 2:25, Christine Wolk
- Bankruptcy Litigation - Changes You Need to Know
2:25 - 3:05, Donald D. Allen
- Creditor vs. Debtor Rights
3:20 - 4:00, Donald D. Allen
- Upholding Ethical Standards in the New Bankruptcy Environment
4:00 - 5:00, Emily Jarvis and Jeffrey B. Wells
- Ethical Issues Presented by the New Rules
- Educating Your Client on Complex Bankruptcy Concepts
- Conflicts of Interest
- Disclosure Issues
- Fraudulent Transfers
This comprehensive course is designed for attorneys. Lenders, bankers and paralegals will also benefit.