Getting Compensated as Debtor's Counsel in Small Bankruptcy Cases: Sometimes Easier Said Than Done


An overview of the law and procedure governing attorney's fees for debtor's counsel in Chapter 7, 13, and 11 cases. Discusses the importance of the pre-bankruptcy retainer or engagement contract in determining and attorney's rights and obligations after the bankruptcy filing.

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Norma E. Ortiz
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Norma represents debtors and creditors in both business and consumer bankruptcy cases. A native New... View Profile »

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