CLE Course Details

Consumer Bankruptcy Exemptions in Chapter 7: Exempt it or Lose it

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Price: $55
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  • Description

    Federal bankruptcy exemptions can be fairly complex. This CLE course will explain how to differentiate between State and Federal exemptions and how to determine lookback periods between states. The course will explain how to determine whether state opt-out statutes are valid with reference to a particular client, trustee deadlines and how exemption information helps to market a bankruptcy practice. Dates for filing, relationships between schedules, valuation validation and how to mediate between debtors’ attorneys and trustees will all be presented as well as the Schwab v. Reilly decision and ethical issues with regards to bankruptcy.

  • Instructor Bio

    Marvin Wolf

    Marvin Wolf has over twenty years experience in consumer bankruptcy law (primarily representing debtors), Marvin served as State Chair for New Jersey for the National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys until July 2016 and is a barrister member of the New Jersey Bankruptcy Inn of Court. He is admitted to the State bars of New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania and Federal District and Bankruptcy Courts (District of New Jersey, Eastern and Southern Districts of New York, and Middle District of Pennsylvania), as well as the United States Supreme Court.

    Mr Wolf has had two chapters published in a yearly professional anthology of consumer bankruptcy law issued by Aspitore Publications, a division of West Publications.

    Mr. Wolf frequently visits members of Congress to discuss bankruptcy related issues and laws, most recently advocating for student debt relief.