This publication is a comprehensive and practical guide to Massachusetts bankruptcy practice, addressing issues in both consumer and business bankruptcy. It begins with an overview of the bankruptcy process and an introduction to filing a bankruptcy case—from prefiling investigation to review of the client's filing options. It then addresses a wide range of topics frequently arising in practice, such as jurisdiction, the automatic stay, the means test, distributions, exemptions, the sale or leasing of property, and plans under Chapter 11 and Chapter 13. The book's editor, Adam J. Ruttenberg, has assembled an outstanding roster of practitioners to provide step-by-step explanations and concrete analysis on each of these essential topics.
Thank you for updating your library with the 2018 supplement to Bankruptcy Practice in Massachusetts. This latest product brings updated resources within your immediate reach—for fast, accurate, and practical solutions.
Highlights from the 2018 supplement include
We trust you will find this latest version of Bankruptcy Practice in Massachusetts an invaluable resource for your busy practice.
John M. Lawlor, MCLE Publications Attorney