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Navigating Through Bankruptcy Video
Navigating Through Bankruptcy Video
Steps to Take When Debtors File

This recorded program was specifically developed by the MBA for its member banks. It would be helpful for anyone involved in the lending process.

Download the link to your intranet and view as many times as needed.

When a debtor files for bankruptcy, it is crucial that the bank has a solid understanding of what actions should be taken to protect the bank’s interests and what actions are prohibited. This video will explain some steps to take, or avoid, when a debtor files for bankruptcy.

Topics covered include:
  • Key aspects of Chapter 7, Chapter 11, and Chapter 13 proceedings
  • Information to note in the bankruptcy notice you receive
  • Differences between each type of bankruptcy
  • Applicable deadlines
  • What options are available for a creditor in a bankruptcy

Lindsay W. Cremona is an attorney at Anastasi Jellum P.A. She represents financial institutions in loan restructuring, collection, foreclosures, and complex litigation matters. Lindsay also works with clients to protect and assert their rights in bankruptcy court, including seeking relief from the automatic stay, defending against preference claims, adversary proceedings, and advising clients on how their rights are impacted by Chapter 7, 11, 12, and 13 bankruptcies.

Garth G. Gavenda, As head of Anastasi Jellum P.A.’s complex litigation team, Garth practices primarily in the areas of: Litigation-Banking, Business, and Real Estate; Creditors' Rights in Government Guaranteed Loans; Construction Law; and Creditors' Rights and Bankruptcy.

Fee: $50 plus applicable taxes

Duration: 45 minutes

Once your order has been processed you will receive an email with instructions and a link to access the video and supporting materials. You can either download the video to your computer or bank’s network or watch the video online through a web browser.
Non-member price: 100.00
Discounted member price: 50.00

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