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           Elizabeth A. Kane practices bankruptcy law in the State of Hawaii with emphasis on Chapter 7, 11, and 13 as well as collections. Attorney Kane is also a Chapter 7 Trustee for the District of Hawaii. Her law practice is located in Honolulu.

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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Name:
Elizabeth Kane
Education:

Undergraduate School: James Madison University
Law School: University of California at Berkeley School of Law / Boalt Hall - Berkeley, California

Address:

Elizabeth Kane
Attorney at Law
P.O. Box 96827
Telephone: (808) 525-6301
Fax: (808) 525-6302

Practice: Collections / Chapter 7, 11 and 13 Bankruptcy
Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Trustee for the District of Hawaii
Honolulu County
Arizona State Bar - Admitted 1983
Hawaii State Bar - Admitted 1988

 
341 Meetings and Trustee Articles
  • The Bankruptcy Trustee - The U.S. Trustee's Office in each district maintains a panel of persons who are qualified to serve as bankruptcy trustees.
  • Chapter 11 Trustee - If a trustee is appointed in a Chapter 11 case, he becomes responsible for the management of the debtor's business affairs, and the filing of the required reports and tax returns.
  • 341 Creditors Meeting - The purpose of the meeting is for the trustee and the creditors to have an opportunity to question the debtor about the debtor's assets, liabilities, and any matter which may relate to debtor's right to a discharge.
  • Chapter 11 Creditors Committee - The committee is composed of holders of unsecured claims, excluding insiders, and has up to 7 members.
  • Meeting of Creditors in Chapter 13 - The trustee and creditors are allowed to ask questions about the debtor's assets and liabilities, his financial affairs, and his proposed plan.

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