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341 Meeting: What if I Can’t Find my Social Security Card?

April 9, 2015
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What if I Forget to Bring My Social Security Card?

If you were to happen to forget to bring your Social Security card to your 341 Meeting of Creditors and I am your attorney, my head will spin around exorcist style and fire will come out […]

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What to bring the 341 meeting

What Do I Need to Bring to 341 Meeting?

April 7, 2015
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What to Bring to your 341 Meeting of Creditors

 

Clients always ask what to bring to their 341 Meeting of Creditors.  This question is often asked multiple times by the same person.  The 341 Meeting of Creditors is often an unknown.  Most of my clients […]

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A fraudulent transfer is an attempt to avoid debt by transferring money to another person.

Kentucky Law: Fraudulent Transfers

April 2, 2015
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KRS Summary on Fraudulent Transfers

By: Jamie L. Harris

A fraudulent transfer (fraudulent conveyance) is an attempt to avoid debt by transferring money to another person or company. It is often an issue in debtor/creditor relations, particularly in bankruptcy when referring to insolvent debtors.

Kentucky […]

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Rural Hospital Report

Kentucky Rural Hospitals—Did it Really take a Year-long Audit to Know This?

March 31, 2015
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Kentucky Rural Hospitals—Did it Really take a Year-long Audit to Know This?

By: Laura Day DelCotto, Esq.

Kentucky Auditor of Public Accounts Adam H. Edelen finally unveiled his “Special Report on the Financial Strength of Kentucky’s Rural Hospitals” on March 30th. The Report was introduced […]

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