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CHAPTER 13 FORECLOSURE DEFENSE 
 

120 pages & 100 cases cited

Richard West, Esq.
Of the Ohio Bar

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Mr. West is a Dayton, Ohio Board Certified consumer bankruptcy attorney whose firm is the largest filer in Southern District – Western Division at Dayton. He has delivered numerous lectures on bankruptcy in southern Ohio. He received his degree in Business Management from St. Joseph’s University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and his J.D. from Temple University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Richard West is a Board Certified Consumer Bankruptcy Attorney. He has been practicing bankruptcy law for 32 years and has handled more than 10,000 bankruptcy filings.

 

He is also the author of numerous consumer guides to personal finance and bankruptcy issues. West’s firm has offices in Dayton, Springboro and Fairfield, Ohio.

 

He is a member of the National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys, the King Bankruptcy Academy, the American Bankruptcy Law Forum, and the National Bankruptcy Law Forum.

Rick has been teaching Bankruptcy Law to attorneys for years. He has taught for all three of the largest “for profit” companies, Lorman, PESI and NBI, as well as for the Ohio State Bar Association sponsored seminars.

ARE YOU READY FOR THE
FORECLOSURE TSUNAMI?


ARE YOU SURE?

The January 22 2022 edition of the American Bankruptcy Journal says this:
 
"The federal government and housing lenders have taken dramatic measures to help U.S. homeowners stay in their homes despite the economic crisis resulting from the COVID-19
pandemic.

 
"However, as these protections expire, millions of Americans may still be unable to repay their mortgages. Many of them are expected to file for bankruptcy to seek assistance.

"In fact, research indicates that chapter 13 has been traditionally used as a “save-your-home procedure,” which could result in a tsunami of bankruptcy filings causing a surge of court hearings and delays associated with the home mortgage modi-fication process.


"Within the legal community, this may raise the question as to whether U.S. bankruptcy courts are ready to manage the expected onslaught of home mortgage modifications and court proceedings that would come with it ..."
                       - Igor Roitburg & Ken Wargo

"The Drop in Consumer Filings is running out of road."

"All told, 2022 should be a booming year for consumer bankruptcy filings, and experienced practitioners who have been chomping at the bit this past year to add value to the economy will be well-positioned to help consumers navigate this process and return to healthy financial footing."

                                    - Brandon S. Stein

 

TABLE OF CONTENTS

PART 1 INTRODUCTIONS

PART 2 REMEDIES

PART 3 PROFESSIONAL RELATION-

SHIPS

PART 4 IMPORTANT ISSUES

PART 5 FORMS AND DOCUMENTS

PART 6 STATE RULES AND REMEDIES

PART 7 CAUSES OF ACTION

PART 8 DISCOVERY

PART 9  THE PRACTICE

PART 10 – A CALL TO ACTION

               

APPENDIX