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Sep222011

Sara A. Austin Presented Seminar to PA Bar Institute

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:

 

LOCAL ATTORNEY PRESENTED SEMINAR TO PA BAR INSTITUTE

 

YORK— Attorney Sara A. Austin of Austin Law Firm, LLC presented at the 16th Annual Bankruptcy Institute seminar sponsored by the Pennsylvania Bar Institute (PBI) on September 15 from 12:45 p.m. to 2:15 p.m. in Mechanicsburg at the PBI Conference Center.

 

Austin presented a workshop entitled “Means Testing 101.”  She discussed issues regarding Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Means Testing calculations and determination of abuse and projected disposable income.

 

Founded by Sara A. Austin in 2004, Austin Law Firm is respected for excellence in the courtroom and in negotiations. The firm represents both business clients and individuals in all aspects of Corporate Law, Employment Law, Homeowner/Condo Association, Bankruptcy, Civil Litigation, and Debtor-Creditor Law and Real Estate. For more information about Austin Law Firm LLC or this seminar, please call 717-846-2246 or visit www.austinlawllc.com.

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