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Judgment Collection in Tennessee: Steps to Take When the Judgment Debtor Files Bankruptcy

Judgment Collection in Tennessee: Steps to Take When the Judgment Debtor Files Bankruptcy - On-Demand

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Judgment Collection in Tennessee: Steps to Take When the Judgment Debtor Files Bankruptcy - On-Demand

Webinar now available On-Demand.

Learn more about judgment collection in Tennessee. 

One obstacle to judgment collection is that your debtor may file bankruptcy. In 2014, there were 936,795 bankruptcies filed nationally, and Tennessee has remained at or near the top in per capita bankruptcy filings. 

Knowing the basics of bankruptcy law and the impact of a bankruptcy filing is a necessity to order to serve your client. Learn more with this in-depth webinar. Presenter Griffin Dunham will guide you through the steps you should take when a judgment debtor files bankruptcy, whether a Chapter 7 or 13 petition. He will also answer your questions, including: When can you obtain relief from the automatic stay? What debts are dischargeable? When is a bankruptcy case subject to dismissal? 

Don’t miss this opportunity to learn more about judgment collection in Tennessee so you can have a clear plan in place for best helping your clients. 

Webinar Agenda: 

  • Chapter 7: Liquidation, automatic stay, dischargeability 
  • Chapter 13: Reorganization, automatic stay, dischargeability 
  • Means testing and “abusive filing” 
  • Exemption planning 
  • 707(a) and 707(b) dismissal 

 

Order this advice-rich On-Demand webinar risk free. 

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You risk nothing by ordering, because we will refund every penny, no questions asked, if you are in any way dissatisfied with this On-Demand webinar.


Because this is an on-demand webinar you enjoy:

  • Fast, convenient learning without any out-of-office time lost;
  • No travel-related expenses or complications;
  • The perfect affordable way to update yourself rapidly on current laws.

About Your Presenter:

Griffin DunhamGriffin Dunham 
Member
Emerge Law PLC 


Griffin Dunham is both a seasoned litigator and bankruptcy practitioner. His approach to matters is to learn the client’s objectives and then orchestrate a workable business solution without involving the court system. If litigation or bankruptcy is necessary, then Mr. Dunham’s approach is to assert maximum leverage and use his experience and the Emerge resources to achieve the best resolution possible. 

As a business litigator, Mr. Dunham has over 50 trials under his belt and over 10 years of experience which includes representing large and small businesses, business owners and officers, borrowers, guarantors, private equity investment firms, property management companies, risk management companies, commercial landlords, healthcare facilities, medical field companies, electric and construction businesses, businesses, and a billion dollar publicly traded company. 

As a workout and bankruptcy lawyer, Mr. Dunham's experience is focused on working with lenders, borrowers, and creditors to create solutions that maximize the client's investment return and minimize the transactional risks. If the nature of the insolvency leads to bankruptcy, Mr. Dunham's experience is comprehensive, including prosecuting and defending complex adversary proceedings, claim litigation, stay relief actions, preferences and fraudulent transfers, first day motion practice, motions to appoint a trustee, asset valuation, lien avoidance, non-dischargeability defenses, plan and disclosure statement drafting, negotiating plan treatment, closing asset sales and financing arrangements, and contested plan confirmation hearings. 

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