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Automatic Stay: Police Power Exception

July 16, 2015
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Police or Regulatory Power Exception to Automatic Stay

The automatic stay is one of the fundamental debtor protections provided by the bankruptcy laws.   It permits the debtor to attempt a repayment or reorganization plan, or simply to be relieved of the financial pressures that drove it […]

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Automatic stay, extend, non-debtor, non-bankrupt parties

Extending Automatic Stay to Non-Debtors

July 14, 2015
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A bankruptcy lawyer’s overview for automatic stay for non-bankrupt parties

 

Bankruptcy courts have the authority to extend the automatic stay to non-bankrupt parties, under limited circumstances. Bankr.Code, 11 U.S.C.A. §§ 105(a), 362(a).  Section 105 (a) of the […]

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Social Security Income in Bankruptcy (2)

Social Security Income in Bankruptcy

July 9, 2015
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Bankruptcy courts are an arena where you can see the intersection of the aging of our population and a failure to save sufficiently for retirement.  Even if retirement-age individuals want to continue working to supplement their income, jobs can be hard to come by.  We see an […]

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student loan lawsuit

Robo-signing 2.0: Student Loan Collection

July 7, 2015
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Once again, lenders are suing consumers without verification and knowledge of the fundamentals, like who owes how much and to whom.  Residential mortgage market crisis, round 2.

Since 2007, the federal student loan balance has more than doubled, to almost $1.2 trillion from $516 billion.  That figure […]

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