Face it - times are tough. But in times of turmoil, it's important to know where your credit union stands in avoiding the worst case scenario - bankruptcy.
Face it – times are tough. But in times of turmoil, it’s important to know where your credit union stands in avoiding the worst case scenario – bankruptcy.
During the 2013 Bankruptcy Seminars in Houston and Odessa, Charlie Williams, Esq., a founding shareholder of Blalack & Williams, P.C., will discuss a number of issues regarding bankruptcy, including lien avoidance problems regarding failure to perfect proper liens on automobiles, unchecked bankruptcy fraud, changes in Reaffirmation Agreements and credit union liability to proofs and claims.
Williams will focus on bankruptcy essentials for the new credit union bankruptcy officer, as well as current and emerging problems for credit unions in bankruptcy courts. Additionally, the seminar will highlight the bankruptcy problems that are costing credit unions across the country millions of dollars, including:
Automatic stay issues involving post-petition repossessions
Credit reporting, and
Other unintentional violations.
The 2013 Bankruptcy Seminars will be held the day before the 2013 Collections Seminars (more information to follow) at the DoubleTree Houston Hobby Airport Hotel on Tuesday, Aug. 13 and in Odessa at the Complex Community Federal Credit Union on Wednesday, Nov. 13.
To register or learn more, please visit http://www.tcul.coop/bankruptcy_collections_seminars.html.
Hotel booking for the Houston seminar is open through July 28, and rooms are $109 for a single/double room. Click here to reserve a hotel room, or call 713-645-3000 and mention that you are with the Texas Credit Union League’s Bankruptcy Seminar.