Free Program for the Public on Consumer Debt and Bankruptcy

April 3, 6:00 PM | The Brooklyn Bar Association

On Monday evening, April 3, 2017 the FOUNDATION LAW COMMITTEE will present another FREE program to the public at the Brooklyn Bar Association, 123 Remsen Street in Brooklyn Heights between Clinton and Henry Streets:

AND BANKRUPTCY: The process, defenses and options

All members of the public are invited to attend a free informational lecture outlining:
(1)  The process of a consumer credit collection case and defenses available to the debtor / consumer;
(2)  Bankruptcy proceedings including: Discharge of debts, exempt assets, reorganization plans and available settlement option

Presentation by well recognized practitioner Richard A. Klass, Esq.,
Moderated by Fern J. Finkel, Esq.; Chair, Foundation Law Committee

Light refreshments will be served

Monday, April 3, 2017 – 6:00 – 7:30 p.m.

The Brooklyn Bar Association’s Boardroom
123 Remsen Street
Brooklyn Heights, New York 11201 

Reservations are recommended but not required
To Reserve a Seat or for More Information Contact: 
Avery Eli Okin, Esq., CAE
phone: (718) 624-0675

This Brooklyn Bar Association Foundation Law Committee program is a joint presentation with the Brooklyn Bar Association, the Brooklyn Bar Association Volunteer Lawyer’s Project, Inc., and the Brooklyn Bar Association Lawyer Referral Service