NO CLE - A Plan to Get Paid: Debtors’ Counsel’s Fees in Chapter 13

Chapter 13 practice is complicated, and the days when a debtor’s 13 plan was quickly confirmed are few and far between. In addition to proposing confirmable chapter 13 plans, debtors’ attorneys (and in some cases chapter 13 trustees) are litigating defective mortgage claims and contentious objections to confirmation. How can debtors’ counsel ensure that they are compensated for these complicated cases that not only sit on the bankruptcy court’s docket, but often end up on appeal? This panel will discuss the challenges and practicalities of compensating chapter 13 debtors’ counsel in this ever-evolving area of bankruptcy law.

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