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|Comment||Mr Hertz' You ended your reply with "Sorry to be the bearer of bad tidings." Actually, your reply was greatly appreciated. It helped clear the air for me. I was totally clueless about options when I wrote you. Now, even though I know my options are limited – and iffy at best – I at least have a sense about how to proceed. That's a big weight off, believe me. As you suggest, I am going to offer a $10K compromise. Hopefully, that should allow both parties to put this situation to bed without any ugliness. So, thanks loads for your excellent summation of my situation, and great advice. Joe|
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I can answer most questions concerning bankruptcy, whether business or personal, including questions by debtors, creditors, persons interested in purchasing assets from bankruptcy estates, and the like. Also have expertise in tort law, French and Canadian law.
Practiced bankruptcy for 27 years in California and taught bankruptcy for three years in Maine. This included Chapters 7, 9, 11, 12 and 13 cases, representing debtors, creditors (secured and unsecured), bankruptcy trustees, creditors committees, and persons interested in purchasing assets from bankruptcies. Debtors included persons with virtually no money up to large corporations.
Inactive member of the Bar of the State of California. Nonpracticing member of the Bar of Massachusetts. Formerly member of the Maine Bar and conseil juridique in France. Certified by National Committee on Accreditation in Canada.
Georgetown Law Review; California Bankruptcy Journal; Maine Law Review; Dalhousie Law Journal; University of Toronto Law Journal.
Harvard Law School (J.D. 1970; cum laude) and Pomona College (B.A., 1967; cum laude)
Awards and Honors
Selected as a "Superlawyer" in 2005 and 2006 for Northern California.