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August 2016 - DelCotto Law Group

Filing for Bankruptcy: What Property Can You Keep Under the Federal Bankruptcy Exemptions?

August 30, 2016
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By: Jamie L. Harris, Esq.

If you are an individual filing for bankruptcy relief in Kentucky, you can utilize either the federal or the state bankruptcy exemptions.  Typically, most individuals select the federal exemptions as these are generally perceived as more favorable.  Exemptions in bankruptcy allow individuals to […]

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POOR DUKE: What do Christian Laettner and Aubrey McClendon Have in Common?

August 25, 2016
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By: Laura Day DelCotto, Esq.

So, this is not a very good week for Duke University and media headlines.  As a life-long Kentuckian, I feel so bad for them.   Even Duke University can get caught up in debtor/creditor fiascos.

That should make the rest of us […]

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Health Care Distress: “Disruption” Ain’t Easy

August 18, 2016
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By: Laura Day DelCotto

Yes, the health care industry is being “disrupted” every single day with technology, regulatory,  and other service provider changes, all designed to improve quality and cost of patient care.    And, health care bankruptcy filings went up 38 percent nationwide between 2010-15.  We expect […]

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Attorney Sara Johnston named August Employee of the month

Johnston Named August Employee of the Month

August 10, 2016
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Congratulations to Sara Johnston for being selected as the August 2016 Employee of the Month! Sara’s passion and enthusiasm for the work she does can be seen by all. Since Sara’s arrival to the firm earlier this year she has been a great representative of DLG […]

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