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Bankruptcy Initial Consultation and Notices

Description: Under the Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention and Consumer Protection Act of 2005 (BAPCPA) attorneys providing bankruptcy-related services must provide certain notices to prospective clients regarding the purposes and process of bankruptcy and the penalties for fraud. The form included here is a sample letter from a bankruptcy attorney to a prospective client which includes and explains the required notices.
Form Type: Required Notices, Letters
Practice Area: Bankruptcy & Restructuring, Pro Bono

Date: Sep 2013
PLI Item #: 59996
Keywords: bankruptcy; "initial consultation"; "required notices"; "bankruptcy code"; BAPCPA; "bankruptcy abuse prevention and consumer protection act"; "mandatory disclosure"; "fraud and concealment"; "chapter 7"; "chapter 11"; "chapter 12"; "chapter 13"; "credit counseling"
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