NOTE: There are two pdfs below.CAC Course Packet for Lawyers
Crime and Consequences
BANKRUPTCY 101: CHAPTERS 7 & 13
SCBA FREE CLE
1.0 Law Credits
WHEN: Monday, February 4, 2019, 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
LOCATION: Skagit Valley Co-op, Rm. 309, Main Bldg – 1st Street @ West Division, Mt. Vernon
PRESENTER: TERENCE CARROLL, Attorney at Law
In this 1 hour CLE learn about Chapter 7 & 13 Bankruptcy, classifications and treatment of debts in bankruptcy, State & Federal asset exemptions, including homestead exemption, income based “means test” and how bankruptcy and divorce interact.
Materials for this CLE will be distributed electronically to registered attendees prior to the CLE. Please print the materials if you wish to have a hard copy at the CLE.
PLEASE REGISTER TO ATTEND
This FREE CLE is presented by SCBA.
Members of SCBA will receive 1.0 CLE credits
Non-members are welcome to attend but will not receive credit.
Terence G. Carroll received his J.D. from Willamette University, 1985. He has practiced law in Skagit County since 1986 and as a Sole Practitioner for the past 25 years. Mr. Carroll’s practice is limited to representing debtors (individuals and business owners) in Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 Bankruptcy proceedings in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Western District of Washington, Seattle Division.
Hope to see you there!
SCBA CLE committee
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We now offer professional supervised visitation, safe child exchange, therapeutic visitation, parent coaching, adoption home studies and post-adoption clinical support. Our team of very experienced child professionals is lead by Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker, Alicia Rule who brings a wide breadth of experience in social work programs.
We are dedicated to educating, empowering and enriching families so that kids can thrive. Smart parenting starts here.
In light of the February 28, 2019, retirement of the Honorable Charles R. Snyder, please be mindful any cases requiring the entry of findings, conclusions, orders or other Court action regarding trials or hearings that were conducted by Judge Snyder must be concluded by February 22, 2019. Special sets are limited due to holidays and Judge Snyder having the criminal rotation the month of February so please contact Judicial Assistant Brooke Anderson as soon as possible to arrange a time for a hearing.