While filing for bankruptcy can look differently from jurisdiction to jurisdiction, there is generally a straightforward process to follow. Here’s an overview, and a look at how NextChapter helps attorneys file bankruptcy cases for clients electronically.
Any practicing bankruptcy attorney can benefit from access to bankruptcy books. Resources and texts help you understand the history of the law and any changes you need to be aware of. Read this post to find out more about our top picks for bankruptcy books.
Client intake, one of the first steps in the bankruptcy process can be very hard since debtors may be overwhelmed. As a legal professional, it's vital that you make the intake process as easy as possible for clients. Read this post to find out how.
Bifurcated bankruptcy is an option for clients who may not be able to afford bankruptcy fees upfront. Read this post to find out more about this type of bankruptcy and how you can offer it to clients.
Communicating with your bankruptcy clients is one of the most important parts of the bankruptcy process. Clients have a wide range of preferences for communicating with attorneys. Read this post to find out more about all the ways you can keep in touch with your clients.