The Pitfalls of Asset Disclosure In Bankruptcy Filing

Everyone who files a bankruptcy petition signs their bankruptcy schedules under penalty of perjury. Failure to list assets or accurately disclose your financial condition can lead to a denial of a bankruptcy discharge or allegations of bankruptcy fraud. Here are a few tips to consider when filing bankruptcy: List ALL

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Consolidated Pilot/Flying J Litigation Heading to Kentucky

On April 7, 2014, the U.S. Judicial Panel on Multidistrict Litigation consolidated seven separate lawsuits (pending in six different jurisdictions) against, among others, Pilot Corp. (Pilot) and Pilot Travel Centers LLC d/b/a Pilot Flying J (Flying J). The Panel transferred the consolidation “multidistrict” litigation to U.S. District Judge Amul R.

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Using Bankruptcy To Remove A Second Mortgage

Bankruptcy offers many powerful tools available to consumer debtors.  One such tool is the ability to get rid of a second mortgage.  The general rule in bankruptcy is that you cannot get rid of a mortgage that is tied to your home.  And there is nothing you can do about

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