Bankruptcy trustees are federally appointed professionals – usually attorneys familiar with financial matters or accountants – charged with overseeing all aspects of bankruptcy petitions. Trustees are a separate entity supervised by the US Department of Justice and do not offer legal advice.
Appointing bankruptcy trustees is an important part of the law in Phoenix, Arizona. The Frutkin Law Firm bankruptcy attorneys will help you to understand the vital function that these trustees will serve.
Phoenix bankruptcy attorney Jonathan Frutkin answered questions about bankruptcy on KFNN 1510 Financial News Radio. During KFNN’s Business for Breakfast, Mr. Frutkin discussed GM and Chrysler’s recent bankruptcies with hosts Ken Morgan and Julie Dougherty. In light of the prominence of bankruptcy in the news on a daily basis, the interview also covered consumer bankruptcy Read More »
Now we are going to spend a few minutes discussing a central bankruptcy concept known as the “Automatic Stay”. As we’ve highlighted before, one of the main advantages to the bankruptcy process is an orderly handling of many different creditor claims against the debtor. Ultimately, the system is designed to treat all similar creditors equally. Read More »
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