Tennessee CLE

Tennessee CLE

SBI Seminars Presents

6 hours of CLE ( Includes 1 Ethics Hour)


Your Paralegal or Assistant is encouraged to attend.

Gary Hudgins practical approach to the bankruptcy case provides a "work flow" that begins when the client walks in and ends when the case is over...without the usual "bumps in the road" This workshop is geared to assist all levels of experience.

Our "Team Special" fee is $295.00, which includes all handouts for both the attorney and the assistant.

Gary Hudgin's


(Covering The "New" Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention & Consumer Protection Act)

Watch this page for 2010 Sessions!

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Some....But Not All...Of the Topics....

8:30 - 9:30

Bankruptcy Case Ethics

(Rule 9011 and Attorney certification)

9:45 - 12:00

(15 minute breaks between topics)

Another “New” Means Test Effective  January 1st, 2010

A line by Line Dissection of the Means Test

1:00 – 2:00

The Attorney & Legal Assistant Team

Creating a Work Flow with check lists

2:15 – 4:30

(15 minute breaks between topics)


Avoid getting "Overwhelmed"

Which is Right for Your Client : Chapter 13 or 7?

Fill ‘em out Correctly & File ‘em on Time

Deadlines & Dismissal Traps

What To Do When Nothin’ Goes Right!

    Truth Justice and the American Way....Representation Raises Troubling Questions...   Sample Cases!         


Gary A. Hudgins, JD

Seminar Leader

Gary received his undergraduate degree from Auburn University and his Juris Doctorate from Cumberland School of Law at Samford University. He earned his LLM (Masters of Law in Taxation). Gary has been in practice since 1978.

Currently, Gary practices in Dothan, Alabama where he specializes in Bankruptcy, Real Estate, Consumer Affairs and Commercial Transactions. He has handled hundreds of bankruptcy cases for debtors, creditors and trustees.

Gary has presented financial seminars to lay persons on issues important to the consumer, debtor and creditor, as well as Continuing Legal Education seminars to the legal community.

ALL SBI SEMINARS ARE APPROVED FOR A MINIMUM OF 6.0 CLE HOURS (including 1.0 Ethics & Professionalism)