GPSOLO - Table of Contents
Volume 22, Number 3
Accepting Credit Card Payments: A Primer
Why wait for clients to pay other bills before they pay you?
Turning Judgments into Money: Collecting Debts for Clients
Your clients must prepare for collection at the very start of the debtor-creditor relationship.
The IRS and Enforced Collection
Sara V. Spodick
Here’s an introduction to the IRS’s basic enforced collection methods and administrative remedies available to your clients.
Debts That Can Follow You to the Grave
Marc S. Stern and Larry B. Feinstein
What you can’t get away with under the new Bankruptcy Reform Act.
Bankruptcy and Your Client’s Collection
Jennifer M. Stierman
Your client shouldn’t be forced to live without his favorite things simply because he filed for bankruptcy protection.
Collecting the Right Data When It’s Time to Sell the Family Business
Pay attention to detail at the start of the process—or months of work might go down the drain.
Settlement Tools and Tips
William Taylor “Tay” Robinson IV
Here are four settlement tools lawyers must master to avoid malpractice risks.
Why Lawyers Can’t Help Challenge Credit Scores
Gregg B. Brelsford
FACTA has made it virtually impossible for licensed attorneys in all jurisdictions to help consumers exercise their newly created rights.
From the Editor
jennifer j. rose
Life on the Installment Plan
The Chair’s Corner
Lee S. Kolczun
Collecting Clients, Connecting Skills
General Practice, Solo and Small Firm Division News
Spring Meeting CLE Update, Diversity Fellows Program Opportunities
When You Don’t Know It All: Client Referrals
In the Solution
Carol P. Waldhauser
Facing Your Financial Problems
GP Mentor Chuck Driebe
Voices of Experience
Alan A. Fowler
The First Trial in a Nutshell: Where Do I Sit? What Do I Say?