This course was recorded on October 20th, 2016
As a bankruptcy professional, you’re aware of the basic rules for addressing IRS tax debt in bankruptcy. However, there are many traps and pitfalls that can trip up even the most seasoned bankruptcy attorney. We’ll talk about these issues and also discuss what bankruptcy can – and can’t – do to address your client’s IRS debt.
Charles is a local attorney servicing clients across Central Florida. He has been a member of the Florida Bar since 1990. He graduated from the University of Florida Law School with Honors, and was an editor for the University of Florida Law Review. After practicing bankruptcy law in Tampa, he taught for three years at the Florida State University College of Law, and then practiced bankruptcy law with Akerman, Senterfitt and Eldson in Orlando. He has represented major creditors, and major debtors, in Florida Bankruptcy Courts. He has also represented Bankruptcy Trustees in actions against debtors. And, He has represented people like you — average consumers who have fallen behind on their bills. He has also appeared on locally and nationally-syndicated television and radio programs helping people throughout the country address their debt and credit problems. And, He has written two books on surviving the effects of bankruptcy and reestablishing credit. The first was called “Life After Bankruptcy — The Complete Do-It-Yourself Guide to Surviving and Prospering After Personal Bankruptcy.” The second is just about to be published called “From Bankruptcy to Prosperity — Defeating Your Debt & Making a Comeback.”