Everything You Ever Wanted to Know about Chapter 13 Bankruptcy and Escrow - Part I Webinar Recording

OnDemand Recording, Video, Multimedia


Join Bradley attorneys Glenn Glover and Elizabeth Brusa for the first of a two-part webinar series on the intersection of Chapter 13 and bankruptcy. 

Topics for both parts will include:

  • RESPA escrow regulation, terms and concepts
  • Two basic steps of an escrow analysis
  • The assumption function of many escrow programs
  • How to quickly do trial escrow analyses
  • Why escrow analyses are like quantum physics
  • The duty to run annual escrow analyses during bankruptcy
  • The circuit level decisions in Campbell and Rodriguez and why they are important today
  • The 2011 changes to Bankruptcy Rules 3001 and addition of Rule 3002.1
  • The original B10 mortgage attachment form
  • The subsequent 410A mortgage attachment form, how to correctly fill it out, and its inherent issues
  • How to handle the “small g” gap period in petition-date escrow analyses and how to handle the “big g” “gap” period in petition-date escrow analyses
  • Running Chapter 13 post-petition escrow analyses
  • The “pre to pre” and “post to post” issue
  • The proposed amendments to Rule 3002.1(b)
  • A summary of various escrow “pain points”   

Watch the webinar recording here