Bankruptcy & Divorce: The Worst of Both Worlds

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Bankruptcy & Divorce: The Worst of Both Worlds
Bankruptcy & Divorce: The Worst of Both Worlds

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Course Description

There is a nasty new bankruptcy law in town. The Bankruptcy Abuse and Consumer Protection Act of 2005 is hopelessly complex and loaded with traps, completely changing the role of attorneys handling bankruptcy and divorce cases. This program will teach you how to navigate this tricky piece of legislation without landing yourself in hot water.

Length: 54min

Member Reviews

Loved the presentation, had to watch it twice!
- ToyA S. J.
I've been an attorney for nearly 30 years and have taken hundreds of hours of CLE. This is without doubt the best and most useful CLE class I've ever taken. Could not recommend it more highly.
- Katherine L.
Excellent CLE. Wished Barbara practiced in Texas. Would definitely call her or refer clients to her.
- Adrienne C.
Best CLE course I have taken in 25 years!!!!!!!!!
- sherrie t.
Honestly, one of the best CLEs I have ever done - this was incredibly interesting and helpful, even for a food poisoning lawyer like myself!
- anthony c.
best course I've seen on Lexvid.
- James H.
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Meet the Lecturer(s)

Barbara May

Barbara J. May is a sole practitioner in Roseville, MN where she has practiced in bankruptcy and adversary litigation for over 28 years. She is licensed to practice in Minnesota, Wisconsin, both Federal Courts and the 8th and 7th Circuits. She was board certified as a Consumer Bankruptcy Law Specialist by the American Board of Certification in 2000, and was a member of the Board of Directors of the National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys from 2002-2008.

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