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Preparing Yourself and Your Client for Chapter 11: Part I of II – The Petition Package, Filing the Case, Filing Fees, and First Days

July 18, 2016

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Laura Hughes

Preparing Yourself and Your Client for Chapter 11: Part I of II – The Petition Package, Filing the Case, Filing Fees, and First Days

July 18, 2016

by: Laura Hughes

Editor’s Note: While we at The Bankruptcy Cave always enjoy writing about new cases or legal developments, we really love using our posts as an opportunity to pass along tips, easily forgotten rules, and things that make the client think you are a rock star (and avoid a client’s distrust in your ability to captain the Chapter 11 ship).  (For prior A++ Forms and Resources on taking depositions, see here; on preparing for a deposition, see here; and on preparing for and handling the no-show deposition, see here.)  Here is our latest, focusing on the petition package, filing the case, and first days.  Coming in a few weeks is a post on preparing the list of creditors, and the tips and traps of giving proper notice to creditors and avoiding foibles (or worse, accusations) relating to notice of the case and the 20 largest

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