A virtual bankruptcy assistant ("VBA") works under the sole discretion of debtor bankruptcy attorneys; preparing Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy petitions. The process is simple: The attorney downloads a free set of client intake forms; the debtor fill them out and returns to the attorney; the attorney collects all the documents required to fulfill due diligence. (A list of the required docuemention is provided to the attorney by the VBA.)
Next, the attorney faxes or emails the client intake forms to the VBA. From training materials developed by 713Training.Com, the VBA has been trained to prepare a well-detailed petition and compile a list of questions the debtor will need to answer before the petition can be finalized. After the client interview (by telephone), the bankruptcy petition is returned to the attorney in PDF format for review. After approval, the VBA or the attorney files the bankruptcy petition electronically through PACER.
This process has been proven over and over again to dramatically reduce the overhead expenses for attorneys and by hiring one or two VBAs to handle the bankruptcy petitions (without office interruptions) will vastly improve the quality of the bankruptcy petitions, resulting in a very smooth operation for the attorney and the bankruptcy court.
The National Assocation of Virtual Bankruptcy Assistants ("NAVBA") was the first established professional organization in the United States; dedicated to the education and development of the virtual bankruptcy assistant industry. We also dedicate time to increasing awareness to bankruptcy attorneys of the benefits of employing highly skilled and trained virtual bankruptcy assistants.
The NAVBA was developed by Victoria Ring, the original developer of the virtual bankruptcy assistant field in 2001. Therefore, the NAVBA is the only organization offering the Accredited Virtual Bankruptcy Assistant Exam. This exam is used by law firms for employment pretesting of legal assistants and paralegals as well as virtual bankruptcy assistants looking for national recognition of their higher skill level.
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