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  • Description

    Filing for bankruptcy requires practical knowledge of the process. This CLE course will explain how to file a Chapter 7 bankruptcy case including the legal perquisites for authorization to file on a client’s behalf and eligibility standards for filing. A review of forms, financial information required, e-filing and how to prepare for the 341 Meeting of Creditors will be discussed. The course will also review state and federal exemptions as well as the source of bankruptcy laws and procedures.

  • Instructor Bio

    Bradley Bailyn

    Bradley Bailyn has a lifelong background in and passion for finding legal solutions to financial challenges for individuals and small businesses. His knowledge and skills are diverse by necessity, including lawsuit defense and asset protection strategies, structuring real estate transactions, modifying costly loans, mortgages and business contracts, fighting foreclosures and evictions, structuring commercial real estate leases, employment law compliance, government investigations, fines and penalties, due diligence in the M&A process, and fighting bills for tax and utility arrears.

    Mr. Bailyn negotiates contracts, litigates in city, state and federal courts, and represents clients before administrative agencies and in arbitrations. A key part of his practice is making preemptive use of the bankruptcy process to resolve costly disputes and liabilities before they destroy so much value that the business, family or individual involved can no longer recover.

    Mr. Bailyn helps people at the individual level as well, including planning for Medicaid, planning for bankruptcy, collecting workers compensation and disability benefits, and challenging real estate, investment and income tax liabilities. He also helps to protect personal assets, create and manage trusts and foundations.