EDWARD C. BOLTZ

EDWARD C. BOLTZ

Partner

EDWARD C. BOLTZ
Areas of practice:

Practice limited to consumer and business debtor bankruptcy law, 1998 to present.

Education:

1993 George Washington University, Bachelor of Arts degree in English Literature

1996 George Washington University, Juris Doctor degree

Bar admissions:

1996, ;North Carolina Bar

1998, Federal District Courts for the Eastern and Middle Districts of North Carolina

Publications:

“Chapter 7 / Chapter 13 Debates”, National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys, April 2004

“Open Discussion - Consumer Chapter 7 & 13 Hot Issues”, Middle District Bankruptcy Seminar, April/May 2004

"Open Discussion - Consumer Chapter 7 & 13 Hot Issues”, Middle District Bankruptcy Seminar, May 2005

“Ten Things for Debtor's Attorneys to do to Prepare for October 17, 2005”, Eastern Bankruptcy Institute, Inc, June 2005

Fundamentals of Bankruptcy Law”, National Business Institute, September 2005 Speaker at National Consumer Law Center Conference, 2005

“Consumer - Reaffirmations, Redemption and Ride Through Under the Revised Bankruptcy Code”, 28th Annual Bankruptcy Institute, November 2005

“Chapters 7 & 13 Issues for Debtor and Creditor / Open Discussion - Consumer Chapter 7 & 13 Hot Issues”, Middle District Bankruptcy Seminar, May 2006

“Fundamentals of Bankruptcy Law”, National Business Institute, September 2006

Speaker at Eastern Bankruptcy Institute Seminar, 2006

Speaker at Middle District of North Carolina Seminar, 2006, 2010, 2011, & 2012

Speaker at NACBA Conventions and Workshops, 2006 to present.

“Representing Members of Military & Their Families”, National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys, April 2007

“Chapter 13 - Disposable Income and Other Issues”, National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys, April 2007

"Consumer Secured Claims, Surrender of Collateral, Defacto Ride-throughs, 910 Claims & ListServe Live”, Middle District Bankruptcy Seminar, May 2007

“Basics of Consumer Bankruptcy”, Bankruptcy Workshop, October 2007

"Basic Bankruptcy Issues”, National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys, May 2008 Speaker at North Carolina Bankruptcy Institute, 2008, 2009, & 2010

“Intermediate Design & Construction of a Consumer Bankruptcy Case - Emphasizing Chapter 13”, National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys, October 2008

“Basic Design & Construction of a Consumer Bankruptcy Case - Emphasizing Chapter 13”, National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys, October 2008

“Means Test Panel”, Annual Bankruptcy Institute, November 2008 Witness, U.S. House of Representatives Judiciary Committee, Subcommittee on Courts, Commercial and Administrative Law, Hearing on Bankruptcy and National Guard and Reservists, 2008

“Preparing a Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Petition”, NC Bar Center, March 2009 Speaker at North Carolina Bar Association Bankruptcy for Paralegals Seminar, 2009

“Ethics - Pre-Petition Planning & Exemption Planning”, Middle District Bankruptcy Seminar, May 2009

“Secured Claims: Limitations and Opportunities”, National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys, May 2009

“Consumer Rights Litigation”, Advanced Bankruptcy Litigation, October 2009 “Foreclosure”, Annual Bankruptcy Institute, November 2009

“Attorney Fees in Chapters 13 and 7”, National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys, May 2010

“Outline: Track 2 - Plan Modifications, Stay Litigation, and Other Motions in Chapter 13”, National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys, November 2010

“HAMP / Mortgage Issues”, Annual Bankruptcy Institute, November 2010

“Nuts and Boltz for Debtors and Consumers”, Middle District Bankruptcy Seminar, April 2011

“The "Best Interests" Test in Chapter 13”, National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys, April 2011

“Nuts and Boltz”, Middle District Bankruptcy Seminar, April 2012 Means Testing Chapter in North Carolina Bankruptcy Practice Manual, 2012 Ed. (Forthcoming) with Koury Hicks.

“Evidence Issues Related to Challenges to Standing”, National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys, April 2012

“New Mortgage Rules, Use Them or Lose Them / Mortgage Modifications”, National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys, April 2012

“Avoiding the Bankruptcy Bermuda Triangle, Dirty Little Secrets of the Trade”, National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys, November 2012

“Stay & Discharge Violations”, National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys, April 2013

“Attorneys Fees in the Post-BAPCPA Era”, National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys, April 2013

“Current Hot Topics and Best Practices”, Middle District Bankruptcy Seminar, April 2014

“That’s Not What You Said the First Time: Judicial Estoppel and Bankruptcy”, Annual Bankruptcy Institute, November 2014

“Recent and Pending Legislation Regarding Student Loans and CFPB Regulations for Mortgage Servicing”, American Bankruptcy Institute, 2015

“Counterpoint on Best Practices”, National Association of Bankruptcy Trustees, February 2015

National Association of Bankruptcy Trustees Seminar, February 2015

“Mortgage Issues: Key Issues in Chapter 13”, Southeastern Bankruptcy Law Institute, March 2016

“Student Loans: What Are the Various Repayment Programs and How Do They Work”, Southeastern Bankruptcy Law Institute, March 2016

“Bankruptcy Law and Rules”, Southeastern Bankruptcy Law Institute, Inc, April 2016

“Student Loans in Bankruptcy”, Eastern Bankruptcy Institute, Inc, May 2016 Mr. Boltz blogs at www.ncbankruptcyexpert.com

Attorney Professional Association or Honor:

Adjunct Professor at UNC Law School (2020) North Carolina State Bar: Certified as a Specialist in Consumer Bankruptcy. National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys (NACBA). North Carolina Academy of Trial Lawyers (NCATL). North Carolina Bar Association, Bankruptcy Section. O. Max Gardner Bankruptcy Litigation Boot Camp

Pro Bono / Recognition:

Participated in Attorneys on Call part of the North Carolina Bar Association's annual Statewide Service Day in order to provide free legal information and answer questions over the telephone. (2013)