If you value your professional reputation.
If you want to keep your malpractice insurance.
If you don't want to turn your fee over to the trustee.
Just because your client isn't the bankruptcy debtor doesn't mean you get a free pass. Who is affected by this law? Every lawyer who practices or advises clients on any aspect consumer bankruptcy law--family lawyers, small business lawyers---even tort lawyers may be swept up in the law's provisions.
This book is a valuable tool to assist you in complying with the requirements of the October 2005 Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention and Consumer Protection Act.
The book is a comprehensive review of the provisions of the Bankruptcy Reform Act and provides everything you need to know to comply with the law, including:New sanctions provisions in Chapter 7 cases
Regulation of attorneys as "debt relief agencies"
Heightened requirements for reaffirmation agreements
You cannot afford to practice under it without this book!