Substitute Attorney/Counsel (Motion) - Chapter 11

 

7/28/2015

 

11. U.S.C.  § 329(a)

Miss. Bankr. L.R. 9010-1(b)(5)

 

 

Docket Event:

[Bankruptcy>Motions/Applications>Substitute Attorney]

 


Substitute Attorney Representing Chapter 11 Debtor


 

Requirements:

EE Cases

KMS Cases

NPO Cases

Motion with Certificate of Service

Motion with Certificate of Service

Motion with Certificate of Service

Proposed Order

Proposed Order

Proposed Order

 

Note:

When substituting the debtor's attorney - the motion or proposed order must contain the signatures of the debtor, original attorney and substituting attorney. If any  signatures are omitted, the attorney must provide an explanation within the motion .

 

The substituting attorney must file an Affidavit and a Disclosure of Fees

     


    Substitute Attorney Representing a Party/Creditor:


     

    Requirements:

    EE Cases

    KMS Cases

    NPO Cases

    Motion with Certificate of Service

    Motion with Certificate of Service

    Motion with Certificate of Service

    Affidavit of substituting attorney

    Affidavit of substituting attorney

    Affidavit of substituting attorney

    Proposed Order

    Proposed Order

    Proposed Order

     

    Note:

    When substituting an attorney for a party in interest (creditor)  - the motion or proposed order must contain the signatures of the original attorney and substituting attorney.

     

       


      Substitute Attorney Representing Unsecured Creditor's Committee:


       

      Requirements:

      EE Cases

      KMS Cases

      NPO Cases

      Motion with Certificate of Service

      Motion with Certificate of Service

      Motion with Certificate of Service

      Affidavit of substituting attorney

      Affidavit of substituting attorney

      Affidavit of substituting attorney

       

      Proposed Order

      Proposed Order

       

      Note:

      When substituting an attorney for the unsecured creditor's committee  - the motion or proposed order must contain the signatures of the original attorney and substituting attorney.  Substituting attorney must provide disclosure of fees.