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Bankruptcy Estate and Exemptions and The Automatic Stay and Discharge of Debts in Bankruptcy Cases

Recorded on: Sep. 14, 2017
Running Time: 01:14:24

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Taken from the Web Program Bankruptcy Basics for Low-Income Clients 2017 recorded September 2017 in San Francisco.

Bankruptcy Estate and Exemptions and The Automatic Stay and Discharge of Debts in Bankruptcy Cases [01:14:24]
  • Property of the bankruptcy estate
  • Domiciliary requirements for Exemptions
  • California exemptions – System 1 and 2
  • Federal exemptions
  • Homestead exemptions

The Automatic Stay and Discharge of Debts in Bankruptcy Cases

  • Section § 362 – Automatic Stay
    • Violation of the automatic stay
    • Limitations of the automatic stay
    • Termination and lifting of the stay
  • Debts that may be challenged by the creditor

Sally J. Elkington, Carl R. Gustafson, Sarah Lampi Little


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  • Part V: Bankruptcy Estate & Exemptions
    Carl R. Gustafson, Sarah Lampi Little, Sally J. Elkington
  • Exemptions by State
    Sarah Lampi Little, Carl R. Gustafson, Sally J. Elkington
  • Exemptions—How to Figure Which to Use
    Sally J. Elkington, Sarah Lampi Little, Carl R. Gustafson
  • Part V: Bankruptcy Estate & Exemptions (PowerPoint slides)
    Carl R. Gustafson, Sally J. Elkington, Sarah Lampi Little
  • Part VI: The Automatic Stay and Discharge of Debts
    Sally J. Elkington, Carl R. Gustafson, Sarah Lampi Little
  • Sample Complaint Seeking Damages in Core Adversary Proceeding—Violation of Automatic Stay
    Carl R. Gustafson
  • Beezley v. California Land Title Company, 994 F.2d 1433, United States Court of Appeals, Ninth Circuit (1993)
    Carl R. Gustafson, Sally J. Elkington, Sarah Lampi Little
  • 11 U.S.C. §523—Exceptions to Discharge
    Carl R. Gustafson, Sally J. Elkington, Sarah Lampi Little
  • Part VI: The Automatic Stay and Discharge of Debts (PowerPoint slides)
    Sarah Lampi Little, Sally J. Elkington, Carl R. Gustafson

Presentation Material

  • Part V: Bankruptcy Estate & Exemptions; Part VI: The Automatic Stay and Discharge of Debts (PowerPoint slides)
    Sally J. Elkington, Carl R. Gustafson, Sarah Lampi Little
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Sally J Elkington ~ Bankruptcy Practitioner, Partner, Elkington Shepherd LLP
Carl R Gustafson ~ Bankruptcy Practitioner, Managing Partner, Lincoln Law
Sarah Lampi Little ~ Bankruptcy Practitioner and Chapter 7 Trustee, Attorney, Shareholder, Kornfield, Nyberg, Bendes, Kuhner & Little, P.C.
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