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Consent To Substitute Attorney - New York

Consent To Substitute Attorney Form. This is a New York form and can be used in Western District Bankruptcy Court Federal .
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UNITED STATES BANKRUPTCY COURT WESTERN DISTRICT OF NEW YORK In Re: Case No.: ____________________ Chapter: ______________ [Name(s) of debtor(s)] Debtor(s) ______________________________________________________________________________ CONSENT TO SUBSTITUTE ATTORNEY The undersigned do hereby consent and agree that [name of withdrawing attorney,] Esq., [of {law firm} if applicable], lead attorney of record for [debtor/trustee/creditor/other party represented,] be changed, and that [name of successor attorney], Esq., of [law firm, if applicable], be substituted in the place and stead of [name of withdrawing attorney] as lead attorney of record in the above-captioned matter. The address, telephone number, and e-mail address of [name of successor attorney] are: [mailing address] [telephone number] [e-mail address] Your signature, individually or on behalf of your law firm, acknowledges your intent to substitute attorney and to authorize the Court to take any steps necessary to effectuate this change. Dated: _________________________ [Signature of withdrawing attorney] _________________________________________ (Print Name of Attorney and Law Firm Name) Dated: _________________________ [Signature of successor attorney] _________________________________________ (Print Name of Attorney and Law Firm Name) Dated: _________________________ [Signature of Party] _________________________________________ (Print Name of Party) Dated: _________________________ _________________________________________ [Signature of withdrawing attorney] (Print Name of Party) 11/09 American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com attysubform
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