MOFFATT THOMAS presents: New Bankruptcy Proof of Claim Rules
THE NEW BANKRUPTCY PROOF OF CLAIM RULES – CREDITORS TAKE NOTICE!!!
December 1, 2015 is an important day for those who navigate the world of bankruptcy. On this date most official bankruptcy forms will be replaced and substantially revised. These changes come as a result of the Forms Modernization Project, which began in 2008. With revised forms, including the proof of claim form, comes heightened requirements for creditors submitting a claim in a bankruptcy proceeding.
Join Moffatt Thomas for this informational, no-cost seminar. Learn how these changes impact creditors, and receive instruction on navigating the new Bankruptcy Proof of Claim Form.
Moffatt Thomas bankruptcy team members include attorneys Jon A. Stenquist in Idaho Falls; C. Edward Cather III in Pocatello; and Tyler J. Anderson, Kirk J. Houston, and Andrea J. Rosholt in Boise. In addition, attorney Mark C. Peterson leads the Boise workers compensation and medical collections team with an emphasis on medical liens, claims against estates and medical indigency.
Thursday, December 10, 2015
7:40 am – 8:00 am Registration/Continental Breakfast
8:00 am – 9:00 am Presentation: The New Bankruptcy Proof of Claim Rules
Locations: Live webinar from Boise will be simulcast in Idaho Falls and Pocatello.
Boise: Moffatt Thomas offices at 101 S. Capitol Blvd, 11th Floor Moot Courtroom, Boise ID 83702
Idaho Falls: Moffatt Thomas offices at 900 Pier View Drive, Suite 206, Idaho Falls, ID 83402
Pocatello: Moffatt Thomas offices at 412 W. Center Street, Suite 2000, Pocatello ID 83204
Moffatt Thomas typically represents the rights of creditors or secured claimants in bankruptcy and creditors’ rights matters. The firm is equally adept in assisting creditors in avoiding bankruptcy issues with their borrowers, or representing those same parties in a bankruptcy proceeding. Moffatt Thomas bankruptcy attorneys have achieved favorable results for clients in numerous matters, especially in large agricultural and complex commercial bankruptcies.