CARES Act Provides Relief to More Small Businesses
Learn how the CARES act is providing relief to small businesses with temporary changes to the U.S. Bankruptcy Code.
What Lawyers and Courts Are Doing During the Coronavirus Outbreak
Bankruptcy courts are closing and we've put together a list so you can stay updated on your court's status.
Why You Should Practice Bankruptcy Law
One of the benefits of practicing law is that there are plenty of new avenues to pursue if you feel like you’re able to take on more. If you’re looking for a way to expand your impact on your community, consider adding bankruptcy law to your practice. This area provides a lot of variety to your work and impacts a large portion of the population (there were 767,721 nonbusiness bankruptcies filed in 2017, according to US Courts data).
NextChapter Hidden Features
NextChapter's intuitive bankruptcy software modernizes case filing for attorneys by making the process automated and overall more smooth. Here at NextChapter, we're consistently updating our software to make it better and more comprehensive. In doing so, over the years we've added many smaller features that expedite filing times, cut down on data entry, and just make the whole process smoother. These features sometimes fly under the radar, but prove to be very beneficial for high-filing and small firms alike. Check out some of NextChapter's hidden features below.
NextChapter for Large Firms
NextChapter is the perfect solution for big law firms looking for an efficient and flexible software that can manage their large volume of cases, multiple offices and several users.
Resources for Bankruptcy Attorneys and Paralegals
The bankruptcy law community is a space for learning, growth, and networking. Here are some of the resources to use for improving your practice and communicate with fellow bankruptcy attorneys.