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Douglas W. Neway

Chair

Jacksonville Bankruptcy Bar Association

HQ Phone:  (904) 391-0030

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Jacksonville Bankruptcy Bar Association

221 North Hogan Street #349

Jacksonville, Florida,32202

United States

Company Description

Home Page of the Jacksonville Bankruptcy Bar Association...more

Background Information

Affiliations

The Florida Bar

Member of the Bankruptcy and UCC Committee and Statewide Bankruptcy Judicial Liaison Committee


JAXBKYBAR.com

Chapter 13 Standing Trustee


National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys

Orlando Division's Bankruptcy Judicial Liaison Committee and the Florida State Chairman


Jacksonville Division

Chapter 13 Standing Trustee, Middle District of Florida


Middle District of Florida

Chapter 13 Standing Trustee


Chapter 12

Trustee


Education

B.F.A. Degree

Marymount Manhattan College


Juris Doctor Degree

Nova University School of Law


Web References(70 Total References)


Board Members | Jacksonville Bankruptcy Bar

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Douglas W. Neway
Douglas W. Neway Chapter 13 Standing Trustee Chapter 13 Standing Trustee for the Jacksonville Division. He has served as Chairman of the Jacksonville Bankruptcy Bar Association, Central Florida Bankruptcy Law Association, Orange County Bankruptcy Bar Association, Orlando Division's Bankruptcy Judicial Liaison Committee and the Florida State Chairman of the National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys. He is currently a member of the Florida Bar's Bankruptcy/UCC Committee and Statewide Bankruptcy Judicial Liaison Committee. Mr. Neway is a frequent lecturer on consumer bankruptcy topics at seminars, colleges and law schools.


Directors | Jacksonville Bankruptcy Bar

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Douglas W. Neway
Douglas W. Neway Chapter 13 Standing Trustee Chapter 13 Standing Trustee for the Jacksonville Division. He has served as Chairman of the Jacksonville Bankruptcy Bar Association, Central Florida Bankruptcy Law Association, Orange County Bankruptcy Bar Association, Orlando Division's Bankruptcy Judicial Liaison Committee and the Florida State Chairman of the National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys. He is currently a member of the Florida Bar's Bankruptcy/UCC Committee and Statewide Bankruptcy Judicial Liaison Committee. Mr. Neway is a frequent lecturer on consumer bankruptcy topics at seminars, colleges and law schools.


jaxdailyrecord.com

There was no way to sustain the kind of bankruptcy numbers that we saw in the past two years and it was only natural that they would taper off," said Douglas Neway, chair of the Jacksonville Bankruptcy Bar Association.
Neway is the Chapter 13 Standing Trustee of bankruptcy court's Jacksonville Division. He said Chapter 13 cases work only if the debt-consolidation plan is affordable. "I think the improvement in the job market, not only in unemployment figures declining but the increase in hours for those who have been employed, gives debtors the income that they need to make a go of it in Chapter 13 and the option of consolidating and keeping their things is attractive," he said. He said the second reason for the larger proportion of Chapter 13 cases would be the implementation of a mortgage mediation program in the Tampa and Jacksonville divisions. He said the Orlando Division has had the mediation program for more than a year. "The feedback that we regularly heard was that there was always a different person at the lender's office handling the applications and rarely was there anyone representing the mortgage lender who could approve the modification. So the bankruptcy judges agreed to adopt the mediation program to put the proper parties at the same table," Neway said. "No one is required to modify the loan. However, having the representatives with authority to modify loans in the same room with the earnest debtors wanting to save their homes tends to lead to greater success in modifying," he said. "This new option in Chapter 13 has led debtors to file Chapter 13 cases to try and modify the mortgages and keep their homes rather than file a Chapter 7 and surrender their homes back to the lenders," he said.


www.jaxdailyrecord.com

U.S. Bankruptcy Court Middle District Chief Judge Paul Glenn and Doug Neway, Chapter 13 Standing Trustee of the Middle District Jacksonville Division and chair of the Jacksonville Bankruptcy Bar Association.


www.orlandobankruptcylawblog.com

Douglas Neway, president of the Jacksonville Bankruptcy Bar Association and Chapter 13 Standing Trustee for the Middle District, says the record bankruptcy rates are a reflection of unemployment.
"People are clearly struggling to maintain their debt obligations," he said. Another factor, of course, is the foreclosure crisis. "I wouldn't be surprised to see a continued increase in filings into 2011 because many of the mortgage lenders that imposed a moratorium on foreclosures toward the end of 2010 are likely to engage in foreclosing on properties again in 2011," said Neway.


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