Significant changes to federal rules governing the administration of consumer bankruptcy cases – and Chapter 13 cases in particular – are set to take effect Dec. 1. In the meantime, the bankruptcy bench and bar for each district will be busy ensuring their rules and forms are in compliance. This article highlights the major rule changes and what they will mean for creditors in bankruptcy cases . . .
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