James Corbett / Birmingham, AL - (Page 15 of 84)
 


       Attorney James Corbett is the Chief Deputy Bankruptcy Administrator for Alabama Northern District Bankruptcy Court in Birmingham, Alabama. Further below is a brief bio of Mr. Corbett and a short explanation of a Bankruptcy Administrator.

Types of Bankruptcy (Business, Consumer and Municipal)
  • Chapter 7 - Can be filed by individuals, partnerships and corporations. The most common type of bankruptcy filing
  • Chapter 9 - Adjustment of debts of a municipality
  • Chapter 11 - Filed by large and small businesses. Individuals filing Chapter 11, are involved in business in some capacity, either as sole proprietors, or as principals of a corporation or partnership
  • Chapter 12 - Adjustment of debts of a family farmer or fisherman
  • Chapter 13 - Available for individuals only, no corporations or partnerships may file
  • Chapter 15 - Bankruptcy, reorganization and insolvency cases that have assets, debtors, creditors, and other interested parties in multiple countries
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  James T. Corbett Birmingham, AL


Attorney Name -
Education, Address and Practice






Name:
James T. Corbett
Education:

Undergraduate School: Unknown
Law School: University of Alabama School of Law - Tuscaloosa, Alabama

Address:

James Thomas Corbett
Chief Deputy Bankruptcy Administrator
Robert S. Vance Federal Building
Suite 305
1800 Fifth Ave. North
Birmingham, AL 35203
Telephone: (205) 714-3830
Fax: (205) 714-3845

Practice: Chief Deputy Bankruptcy Administrator
The Bankruptcy Administrator oversees the administration of bankruptcy cases, supervises a panel of private trustees and monitors the transactions and conduct of parties in bankruptcy - United States Bankruptcy Court / Northern District of Alabama of Alabama in Birmingham
Alabama State Bar - Admitted 1984

 
341 Meetings and Trustee Articles -

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