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What Does A Bankruptcy Trustee Do?
Once you file bankruptcy a court appointed bankruptcy trustee will oversee your case. The new law also requires that the bankruptcy petitioner to take a debtor education course and receive credit counseling from a U.S. Trustee approved non profit credit counseling agency.
United States Trustees supervise the administration of the following cases filed under the Federal Bankruptcy Code:
Liquidation proceedings under Chapter 7 bankruptcy - Those assets that are not exempt from creditors are collected and liquidated (reduced to money). The proceeds are distributed to creditors by a private trustee appointed to administer the debtor's estate under Chapter 7.
"Wage-earner" reorganization proceedings under Chapter 13 - Chapter 13 bankruptcy, is used primarily by individual consumers to reorganize their financial affairs under a repayment plan that must be completed within three to five years. A "standing trustee" appointed by the United States Trustee typically serves as a trustee of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court where the case was filed.
Specific responsibilities of the United States Trustees include:
Appointing and supervising private trustees who administer Chapter 7, 12 and 13 bankruptcy estates (and serving as trustees in such cases where private trustees are unable or unwilling to serve).
Taking legal action to enforce the requirements of the Bankruptcy Code and to prevent fraud and abuse.
Referring matters for investigation and criminal prosecution when appropriate.
Ensuring that bankruptcy - estates are administered promptly and efficiently, and that professional fees are reasonable.
Appointing and convening creditors' committees in Chapter 11 business reorganization cases.
Reviewing disclosure statements and applications for the retention of professionals.
Advocating matters relating to the Bankruptcy Code and rules of procedure in court.
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Credit Repair - Understanding The Basics
What is Credit?Credit means that you are using someone else's money topay for things. It also means that you are making a promiseto repay the money to the person or company that loaned youthe money.
Tips For Saving Money
Still living from pay to pay? Or envying those great wealth accumulators and wondering how they did it? Every month you make a resolution of saving some dollars from your paycheck, but only end up breaking it. Looking for some magic formula for saving money?Well, there’s no magic formula—only some simple rules to be followed with determination and persistence.
New Bankruptcy Law Makes it Harder to Stop Foreclosure
On October 17, 2005 President Bush's sweeping bankruptcy reform law goes into effect forever changing the rules of debt collection in this natiion. Consumer advocates and the public appear to be completely unaware of the total and complete victory of the creditors under the new legislation.
Corporate Debt Management - Perspective on the Why
Entrepreneurs have a tough time in their formative years. They try too many things to get a foothold on this competitive business climate, and that too they try them too soon.
Bankruptcy Interest Increases as Deadline Approaches
Congress recently passed sweeping legislation that will significantly reform American bankruptcy law. Designed to eliminate the "convenience bankruptcy" of compulsive gamblers and the financially irresponsible, this legislation will make it more difficult for those seeking bankruptcy protection from the courts to have their debts relieved.
New Bankruptcy Law - Targeting the Wrong People?
Last April, President Bush enthusiastically signed into law the oddly-named Bankruptcy Abuse and Consumer Protection Act. This bill, representing the biggest overhaul of bankruptcy law in twenty-five years, was written in order to discourage "bankruptcy of convenience.
You Can Make Financial Resolutions Anytime
The New Year often brings with it a desire to right the wrongs in yourlife. From this desire springs the tradition of New Year resolutions.
Slowing Spending - The Key To Your Debt Plans Success
Anyone who embarks on a debt reduction program should know the rules for success. There aretwo.
Tips To Take Control Of Debt Collection
Yes, debt collection tips can help. You may think you have no power when the debt collector comes calling, but think again! Creditors don't like losing out on the ability to collect money owed them.
How to Negotiate Debt Settlement
People over extend themselves financially as a result of a change in their lifestyle. In today's economy were company mergers, and such; creates a displacement and hardship to the major of the workforce.
Reducing Debt Before Its Too Late - How to Avoid the Pitfalls of Creeping Debt
Reducing debt usually isn't a high priority for people until they have already gotten into trouble with overspending. Using a few basic guidelines, and debt calculations, can help you see when your debt load is getting into the danger zone.
A History of Money and Banking Secrets That Banks Dont Want Published
A History of Money and TradeTo start with a history of money and debt, we must go back many years ago when people used to trade their wares for the things they wanted and needed.In place of money or Federal Reserve Notes, you could trade a well made pistol for a cow, which you could eat or trade a remainder of for other items like clothing.
The Five Most Popular Questions About Bankruptcy
WILL MY CREDITORS STOP HARASSING ME?Yes, they will! By law, all actions against a debtor must ceaseonce bankruptcy documents are filed. Creditors cannot initiateor continue any lawsuits, wage garnishees, or even telephone callsdemanding payments.
If you're thinking about an IVA, it is essential to get the best information possible. This is because although an IVA can be a manageable way to resolve your debt problems, it can also represent a commitment of up to five years.
Credit Repair? Its All Up to You
Log onto to a search engine such as google.com and type in the term credit repair.
New Bankruptcy Law - Five Essential Things to Know
Last April, Congress passed the Bankruptcy Abuse and Consumer Protection Act, the most sweeping reform of our nation's bankruptcy laws in more than twenty-five years. Proponents of the bill argue that most consumers who file for bankruptcy do so simply because they do not wish to pay their bills.
What Is A FICO Score?
Your FICO score or credit score as it's commonly called is a very important calculation that can control whether or not you are eligible to receive credit and if eligible the terms you can receive credit under. Failure to understand the impact this score can have on you future purchasing power and lifestyle can be disastrous.
New Bankruptcy Legislation May Make it Harder to Find an Attorney
The recently passed Bankruptcy Abuse prevention and Consumer Protection Act will make it harder for people with problem debt to have their debt eliminated through filing for bankruptcy. This new legislation will make it harder to have debts wiped out by the courts, and will require more debtors to pay back some or all of their debts.
Can You Escape the Trap of Ever Growing Debt?
It's difficult not to be concerned when facing numbers like these:43% of U.S.
Should You Invest In Savings Or Payoff Your Debts?
I have faced this financial question 8 years ago and recently I have friends asked me this same question. I think I should write it up so that it may help some of you that having the same situation.
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