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ABIs Newest Publication Helps Navigate the Conflicts Between Bankruptcy and Domestic Relations Law

Contact: John Hartgen
             703-894-5935
             jhartgen@abiworld.org

ABI’S NEWEST PUBLICATION HELPS NAVIGATE THE CONFLICTS BETWEEN BANKRUPTCY AND DOMESTIC RELATIONS LAW 


 
December 14, 2010, Alexandria, Va. — The American Bankruptcy Institute (ABI) has released When Worlds Collide: Bankruptcy and Domestic Relations Law, Fourth Edition, to provide state court judges and attorneys with a better understanding of how bankruptcy intersects with family law. Updated by Prof. Michaela M. White of Creighton University School of Law, When Worlds Collide discusses the increasing opportunity for conflict between the work of the state courts and the federal bankruptcy courts, and between state domestic relations law and bankruptcy law. Appendices feature relevant sections of the Bankruptcy Code, as well as a list of cases and articles on the issues discussed within the text. The book is used in ABI’s educational program for state court judges.
 
Members of the press interested in interviewing Prof. White should contact John Hartgen at 703-894-5935 or jhartgen@abiworld.org. The softbound When Worlds Collide: Bankruptcy and Domestic Relations Law, Fourth Edition, is available for pre-order ($30 ABI members; $50 non-members) at ABI's Online Bookstore. Click here to order. http://www.abiworld.org/abistore.
 

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