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This program was recorded on July 17, 2019
Get the basics and an introduction to the rules, process and procedures surrounding business bankruptcy. Course will cover how to determine whether bankruptcy is the best option for a struggling business, assessing eligibility, preparing bankruptcy petitions, meeting with creditors, and the possible issues related to confirmation of a plan of reorganization. An essential introductory legal guide taught by skilled bankruptcy attorneys.
Nedda is a Nevada native. She attended the William S. Boyd School of Law at University of Las Vegas. Her determination to get her client’s the results they seek has turned many client relationships into friendships and a significant referral network. Nedda’s primary practice area is on the debtor bankruptcy, both individual and business. She also litigates complex family law cases that often involve family-owned businesses or difficult custody battles.
Zachariah Larson specializes in all areas of consumer and business bankruptcy, representing both debtors and creditors. Mr. Larson also represents the Clark County Public Guardian. In addition, he has significant experience in real estate litigation and corporate formation. Mr. Larson represents a diverse clientele of land developers, commercial businesses, startup companies, and business owners. Mr. Larson was born in Council Bluffs, Iowa. His family moved to Loveland, Colorado when he was a child. Mr. Larson received his Bachelor of Arts, cum laude, from Colorado State University in 1998. In 2001, Mr. Larson received his Juris Doctorate from Pepperdine University, School of Law and was also admitted to the Nevada State Bar. Mr. Larson ran his own successful law firm for almost eight years prior to joining Marquis Aurbach Coffing as “Of Counsel” in January of 2012. On June 1, 2013 Mr. Larson joined forces with Matthew C. Zirzow in order to combine their big firm experience into the boutique law firm, Larson & Zirzow. By doing so, Mr. Larson can provide clients with more individualized, “hands on” attention.
1.5 General Credits
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- Identifying whether Bankruptcy is the Right Option for your Client
- Determining Eligibility and Calculating the Debt
- Completing the Schedules and Other Initial Considerations
- Understanding the Automatic Stay
- Meeting With the Creditors and Negotiating Treatment
- Filing of a Disclosure Statement and Requirements
- Strategy for the Plan of Reorganization and the Discharge
- How to Succeed at the Confirmation Hearing