After your Chapter 13 is filed and you’ve attended your 341 hearing, you’ve finished only half the battle. The majority of your attorney fee rests on getting the case confirmed.
Because Bankruptcy Attorney Heath Isaacs has authored the case, they are best positioned to take it to confirmation. We will tend to the docket and gather the creditor and trustee objections to confirmation, load them into CaseDriver and begin working on resolution.
You can log in to CaseDriver and monitor the work that we do. Our goal is to see the majority of your Chapter 13 plans confirmed by consent so you stay out of court and see the attorney fees paid sooner.
When you open the case in CaseDriver, you will see each objection quoted from the trustee or creditor pleadings along with the author’s notes showing the work done with your client and the trustee. Once the objection is resolved, you’ll see the date of the resolution and the detail. You can add comments and guide the author using the dialogue functions in CaseDriver. You will approve amendments to the plan and maintain full control and always be fully informed. While sitting in court, waiting in a meeting or working from home, you can log in and manage the work on the case.
We share your distaste for repeated confirmation hearings. You will no longer be frantically working on confirmations during the few days preceding your hearing because the case will be timely managed with our systems. CaseDriver will give you reminders of the deadline to file motions for continuances giving you the buffer of time needed to either finalize objections or file a timely motion.
You will no longer go to court begging for a continuance with no record of having worked on the case. When you do need a continuance, you’ll go to court with the Case Summary in hand. You will have the detail of your work when you stand before the judge and you’ll keep your good reputation with the judges and the trustee.