A prior Chapter 7 bankruptcy discharge prevents another Chapter 7 case for 8 years from the date of the first case filing. A prior Chapter 13 discharge prevents a Chapter 7 case for 6 years unless the case repaid 70% of the debt and was filed in good faith. A prior Chapter 13 Discharge prevents another Chapter 13 Discharge for 4 years. Consult with an attorney to determine if any of these rules apply.
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HSQ attorney’s Megan Quillen and Keith Slocum attended Bankruptcy Bootcamp at Nashville School of Law in July 2017. The intensive bankruptcy sessions were lead by Chapter 13 Trustee Hank Hildebrand, a leading bankruptcy expert in middle Tennessee. Six classes were held over six weeks and covered advanced strategies in managing bankruptcy cases. “Our firm, Harlan
Certified Bankruptcy Specialist Keith Slocum was honored with the Appellant Award at the NACBA 2017 National Convention in Orlando, Florida on May 4, 2017. Slocum was recognized for his efforts in overturning a bankruptcy court judge’s decision against his client that he appealed in district court. The case has been continued back to the bankruptcy
HSQ attorney Keith Slocum attended the National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorney’s (NACBA) Annual Convention held May 3-5, 2017 in Orlando, Florida. Slocum also attended a pre-conference intensive workshop on student loan debt. The daylong session dealt with the different types of student loans, student loan programs and their respective implications in bankruptcy. “The financial