What does the March 2019 decision from the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals in Hulburt v. Black mean for you? How does it affect your Chapter 13 bankruptcy? Find out what Kathryne Shaw has to say!
In Bankruptcy Law News, published by the Virginia State Bar – Bankruptcy Section, Shaw states: “With Hurlburt, the Fourth Circuit has corrected a severe limitation in the flexibility of Chapter 13 plans and has bolstered a debtor’s arsenal of reorganization options to help debtors retain their homes.”
Find out how it could affect you!
Kathryne has been with Boleman Law Firm since her admittance to the bar in 2015. She practices in the firm’s Virginia Beach office but also handles cases in the Hampton office. Her primary practice focuses on post-petition bankruptcy matters and litigation, including representing clients in a variety of matters in bankruptcy court in Norfolk, Newport News, and Richmond Divisions.
Kathryne graduated from Regent University School of Law in 2015. She served as a member of various organizations including Regent Law Review and the Student Bar Association. During her time in law school, she interned at the Suffolk Commonwealth Attorney’s Office and a local Bankruptcy and Family Law firm.
Kathryne is a member of the Tidewater Bankruptcy Bar Association. She is currently serving as a committee member to the TBBA’s seminar planning committee.