Linda Rantz

Defined as "appropriate carefulness," due diligence in a consumer bankruptcy case goes beyond the client intake checklist and routinely purchased 'due diligence' products. Due diligence in consumer bankruptcy cases has much to do with understanding the available tools and resources and making the best use of them. Knowing the bankruptcy laws, client contact, and a little tech-savvy are keys to completing bankruptcy petitions and schedules with 'appropriate carefulness.'

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