The Role of the United States Bankruptcy Administrator
The decision to file for bankruptcy protection under the provisions of the United States Bankruptcy Code is never an easy one. Unfortunately, there is so much misinformation circulating and so little readily available debtor education on the matter that it can be difficult to understand precisely what will transpire once you have filed a bankruptcy petition. In Alabama, there are some features that mark the handling of the process as being different from its execution in the rest of the nation and a skilled and experienced bankruptcy attorney can help to advise you about specific details.
If you or your business are experiencing overwhelming financial struggles and are unable to keep up with your debt and service payments then now is the time to take aggressive action to remedy the situation. Contact the Birmingham bankruptcy lawyers of Greenway Law, L.L.C. at (205) 324-4000 to schedule a free initial consultation to discuss your circumstances.
Responsibilities of a Bankruptcy Administrator
In most states, many of the post-filing responsibilities are handled by a U.S. Trustee who is appointed by the Bankruptcy Court. Alabama bankruptcy cases are instead overseen by a U.S. Bankruptcy Administrator. The following are some of the duties that this party will have with regard to your case:
- Assembling a panel of private trustees for Chapter 7 cases
- Overseeing cases filed under Chapters 7, 11, 12, and 13
We are passionately committed to helping you find the best way forward from your current financial predicament, whether it is through a bankruptcy filing or other measure. Contact the Birmingham bankruptcy lawyers of Greenway Law, L.L.C. at (205) 324-4000 today.