KING BANKRUPTCY ACADEMY SKU # 1001

Attorney ungraded $ 999.95
Attorney graded $ 1,199.95
Paralegal ungraded $ 800.00
Paralegal  graded $ 1,500.95

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RECORDED TRAINING WEBINAR ON THUMB DRIVE
For attorneys & paralegals
35 HOURS - Fundamentals
of Consumer Bankruptcy
Law & Practice

35 hours of video in 70 sessions

Testing & grading available

Presenters: Morgan King, Esq.,

Kristi Wilbert, Bankruptcy Services

SHORT SECTION FOR FORMS ONLY 
         Section on Forms & filings $ 245
The 2.5-hour section of the 35-hr course focuses on the forms required for filing, line by line. For testing add $500
Video classes On Thumb-drive (flash drive)
Also on thumb-drive the 611-page book -
Practical Guide to Consumer Bankruptcy Law & Practice
Formerly titled King's Fundamentals of Consumer Bankruptcy Law & Practice
THE COURSE INCLUDES:
 
  • Hard copy of 611- page book, KING'S FUNDAMENTALS OF CONSUMER BANKRUPTCY LAW & PRACTICE
  • On thumb drive (aka flash drive):
    • King's complete bankruptcy case checklist library
    • King's Bankruptcy Case Charts Library
    • Statutes, legislative history
    • Parts of the Internal Revenue Manual
    • Model fee agreements
    • Model disclosure statements
    • Selected motions
    • Best Practices
    • Mentoring available
    • Testing & Grading available
   OPTIONAL
 
EARN THE CERTIFICATE!
 
This course may be taken by itself, or with online testing and grading.
 
Successful completion of testing earns the Academy Graduate Certificate & Seal.
 
Fees vary for attorneys and paralegals. 

RECENTLY SAID

 

"I have heard such wonderful things about your courses, materials, and expertise in both Bankruptcy and Tax law."

- Christopher Kridel, Esq. TX, 2020

 

WHAT

 

For attorneys and paralegals taking steps to learn, or brush up on, the law and practice of consumer and small-business bankruptcy.

The title of this course is Fundamentals of Consumer Bankruptcy Law & Practice. It is a skills-based course designed to take the novice attorney through a comprehensive course from A-to-Z, leading to Academy Certification.

A year and a half in the making, this 35 - hour sequential course, presented in DVD video class sessions from 15 minutes to an hour in length, will familiarize and train attorneys and other professionals in consumer bankruptcy law and practice.

 

Each session is subject to a graded quiz or test or an ungraded quiz depending on your enrollment option selection. Comes with the course book, King's Fundamentals of Consumer Bankruptcy Practice, and other resources.

 

WHO

Morgan D. King, Esq.

of the California Bar

Kristy Wilbert, Paralegal services

 

LENGTH

The total length is 35 hours, broken up into about 70 individual recorded sessions

OPTIONS

  • Class sessions may be tested and graded leading to award of the Seal of Completion

  • Mentoring is available

  • Available to paralegals at reduced tuition price

 

OPTIONAL TESTING

The course may be taken graded, or ungraded. The tests are from 10 to 25 questions for each session. The tests are online in the "materials" link for the course.

There are 65 short tests linked to the respective video class subjects. Each test is taken online and sent to Morgan King for grading.

SAMPLE TEST 

The same course is offered as a training tool for paralegals, at a reduced tuition, in both graded and ungraded programs. The tests, if this option is taken, are the same for paralegals and attorneys. The test are done online on a page available to enrollees.

CLASS 1 HISTORY | POLICY | U.S. LAW | BASIC CONCEPTS | RESEARCH | ADMISSION TO PRACTICE IN FEDERAL DISTRICT

 

CLASS 2 OVERVIEW OF CHAPTER 7 LAW PROCEDURE,:     KEY ISSUES & PROBLEMS

 

CLASS 3 THRESHOLD ISSUES: VENUE, ELIGIBILITY, DEBT RELIEF AGENCIES, PRESUMPTION OF ABUSE

CLASS 4 DEBT RELIEF AGENCIES

CLASS 5 THE INITIAL INTERVIEW & CASE ASSESSMENT

CLASS  6a THE CLIENT INTERVIEW & CASE ASSESSMENT

CLASS 6b THE CLIENT INTERVIEW & CASE ASSESSMENT    

                 CONT'D

 

CLASS 7a FEES IN CHAPTER 7 CASES

CLASS 7b THE RETAINER AGREEMENT

 

CLASS 7c HAVE A CLIENT: WHAT DO I DO NOW?

 

CLASS 8 ATTORNEY'S DUE DILIGENCE

 

CLASS 9a THE MEDIAN INCOME TEST

 

CLASS 9b THE MEANS TEST & PRESUMPTION OF ABUSE:

CLASS 9c THE DISCLOSURE STATEMENTS

CLASS 10a PETITION, SCHEDULES, CERTIFICATIONS

  • 10a-1 Required forms

  • 10a-2 Filing out the forms

  • 10a-3 e-filing

10b THE ATTORNEY'S PRE-FILING REVIEW

 

CLASS 10c [reserved]

 

CLASS 10d POST-FILING DATES & DEADLINES

 

CLASS 11 COMMENCING THE CASE & THE AUT0MATIC STAY

CLASS 12a PROPERTY OF THE ESTATE

CLASS 12b EXEMPTIONS FROM THE ESTATE

CLASS 13 THE CHAPTER 7 TRUSTEE

 

CLASS 14 CLAIMS & OBJECTIONS TO CLAIMS

 

CLASS 15 THE MEETING OF CREDITORS

 

CLASS 16 THE FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT COURSE

 

CLASS 16b COMMON POSTPETITION TASKS

 

CLASS 16c FINAL DISCHARGE; DENIAL OF DISCHARGE & EXCEPTIONS TO DISCHARGE


TOPIC: AVOIDING & STRIPPING LIENS

 

CLASS 17a VOLUNTARY LIENS ON PERSONAL PROPERTY IN CHAPTER 7

CLASS 17b VOLUNTARY LIENS ON REAL PROPERTY IN CHAPTER 7


CLASS 17c STRIPPING JUDICIAL LIENS IN CHAPTER 7

 

CLASS 17d STRIPPING STATUTORY LIENS IN CHAPTER 7

 

CLASS 18a STRIPPING VOLUNTARY LIENS IN CHAPTER 13

 

CLASS 18b STRIPPING INVOLUNTARY LIENS IN CHAPTER 13

 

CLASS 18c STRIPPING LIENS: LIEN STRIPPING PROCEDURES

 

CLASS 18d VALUATION ISSUES

CLASS 18e TRUSTEE'S LIEN STRIPPING POWERS

[NOTE: WE ARE IN PROCESS OF UPDATING THIS MATERIAL
TO REFLECT AMENDMENTS TO THE OFFICIAL FORMS

FUNDAMENTALS]

 

CLASS 19a INTRODUCTION: THE ROLE OF THE PARALEGAL

 

CLASS 19b COMPLETING FORM B1: PETITION

 

CLASS 19c COMPLETING FORM: B6A: SCHEDULE "A"

 

CLASS 19d COMPLETING FORM B6B: SCHEDULE "B" -

 

CLASS 19e SCHEDULE "B" PART 2

CLASS 19f SCHEDULE "B" PART 3

CLASS 19G SCHEDULES "C" & "D"

 

CLASS 19h SCHEDULES "E" "F" "G" "H"

 

CLASS 19i SCHEDULE "I"

 

CLASS 19j SCHEDULE "J"

 

CLASS 19k STATEMENT OF FINANCIAL AFFAIRS & STATEMENT OF INTENTIONS

 

CLASS 19l  FORM B22A Part 1: STATEMENT OF CURRENT MONTHLY INCOME AND MEANS TEST CALCULATION

 

CLASS 19m  FORM B22A Part 2

 

CLASS 19n  CHAPTER 13 PLAN

 

CLASS 19o MISCELLANEOUS FORMS & CERTIFICATIONS

CLASS 20 [reserved]

CLASS 21 [reserved]

CLASS 22 OVERVIEW OF CHAPTER 13

CLASS 23 ELIGIBILITY

CLASS 24 CHAPTER 13 MAP: PROCEDURE FOR THE PLAN

CLASS 25a HOW CLAIMS ARE TREATED Part 1

CLASS 25b HOW CLAIMS ARE TREATED Part 2

CLASS 26 NON-DISCHARGEABLE DEBTS IN CHAPTER 13

CLASS 27a CALCULATING DISPOSABLE INCOME

CLASS 27b IRS STANDARDS

CLASS 28 CALCULATING THE PLAN PAYMENT

CLASS 28b AMORTIZATION

CLASS 29 NON-MONETARY PROVISIONS IN THE PLAN

 

CLASS 30 PLAN CONFIRMAATION

CLASS 31 RELIEF FROM STAY

 

CLASS 32 CHAPTER 13 POST-PETITION DUTIES & TASKS

CLASS 33 [reserved]

CLASS 34 [reserved]

BANKRUPTCY PRACTICE SKILLS

CLASS 35 DRAFTING MOTIONS & ADVERSARY COMPLAINTS

 

CLASS 36 LEGAL RESEARCH IN BANKRUPTCY

 

CLASS 37 ETHICS ISSUES IN CONSUMER BANKRUPTCY PRACTICE

CLASS 38 CASE & OFFICE MANAGEMENT

CLASS 39 {reserved}

 

CLASS 46

 

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