Completing the Statement of Financial Affairs

08 Apr Completing the Statement of Financial Affairs

The Statement of Financial Affairs, a detailed financial history that must be filed in all bankruptcy cases, is long and complex. Accordingly, my series about this document consists of many parts. This blog will serve as a “Table of Contents” with links to all of the articles, and will be updated as articles are posted.

Statement of Financial Affairs Blogs:

Questions 1 and 2: Income
Question 3: Payments to Creditors
Question 4: Suits and Administrative Proceedings, Executions, Garnishments and Attachments
Question 5: Repossessions, Foreclosures and Returns
Question 6: Assignments and Receiverships
Question 7: Gifts
Question 8: Losses
Question 9: Payments Related to Debt Counseling and Bankruptcy
Question 10: Other Transfers
Question 11: Closed Financial Accounts
Question 12: Safe Deposit Boxes
Question 13: Setoffs
Question 14: Property Held for Another Person
Question 15: Prior Address of Debtor
Question 16: Spouses and Former Spouses
Question 17: Environmental Information
Question 18: Nature, Location and Name of Business
Question 19: Books, Records and Financial Statements
Question 20: Inventories
Question 21: Current Partners, Officers, Directors and Shareholders
Question 22: Former Partners, Officers, Directors and Shareholders
Question 23: Withdrawals from a Partnership or Distributions by a Corporation
Question 24: Tax Consolidation Group
Question 25: Pension Funds

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...
The following two tabs change content below.
Brett Weiss, a senior partner at Chung & Press, LLC, represents people and businesses in all phases of bankruptcy. He has experience in complex individual Chapter 7, Chapter 11 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy cases, and in Chapter 11 small business restructuring and reorganization. Mr. Weiss lectures nationally on bankruptcy issues. He has testified before the Federal Bankruptcy Rules Committee, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, and has twice testified before Congress on bankruptcy and credit issues. Brett Weiss is the co-author of Chapter 11 for Individual Debtors, and has written Not Dead Yet: Bankruptcy After BAPCPA, for the Maryland Bar Journal, as well as hundreds of blogs for the Bankruptcy Law Network. With his law partner, he recorded a 13-hour basic bankruptcy training series, and leads intensive three-day Chapter 11 training boot camps. Mr. Weiss has received international media attention in connection with his work. He was interviewed by Barbara Walters on The View, has appeared on the Today Show, Good Morning America, ABC News with Peter Jennings, the Montel Williams Show, National Public Radio, AARP-TV, the BBC World Service, German state television, and numerous local radio and television programs, and been quoted in Money magazine, The Washington Post and The Baltimore Sun, among others. Brett Weiss is the Maryland State Chair for the National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys, a founding member of the Bankruptcy Law Network, on the board of the Maryland State Bar Consumer Bankruptcy Council, and a member of the American Bankruptcy Institute, the Bankruptcy Bar Association of Maryland, and the Civil Justice Network. He has been recognized as a “Super Lawyer” every year since 2007 for Maryland and the District of Columbia, and in 2011 received the Distinguished Service Award from the National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys for his work on behalf of consumers across the country. Mr. Weiss is admitted to practice before Maryland and District of Columbia federal and state courts, the United States Courts of Appeals for the DC, Fourth and Eighth Circuits, The United States Tax Court, and the Supreme Court of the United States, and has been practicing law since 1983.

Sorry, the comment form is closed at this time.