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Sovereign Immunity is No Defense to a § 544(b)(1) Claim

October 31, 2013
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In United States v. Equipment Acquisition Resources, Inc. (In re Equipment Acquisition Resources, Inc.), 485 B.R. 586 (N.D. Ill. 2013), the District Court for the Northern District of Illinois affirmed a bankruptcy court’s ruling that 11 U.S.C. § 106(a)(1) eliminates the IRS […]

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Using Bankruptcy to Remove a Judgement Lien

October 17, 2013
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Continuing the discussion in my previous blog titled “Stopping a Creditor Lawsuit”; a judgment lien is one of the remedies that a creditor may have against you if you let the creditor receive a default judgment against you.  Let me give you a typical example of this using […]

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Stopping a Creditor Lawsuit

October 4, 2013
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Many people ignore their financial situation until it becomes dire.  Once a lawsuit is filed by a creditor for nonpayment, many people think there is nothing that can be done to help their situation.  They wait around until the creditor receives a default judgment against them and they […]

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Chapter 11: It’s for Individuals Too

September 26, 2013
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While Chapter 11 bankruptcy is frequently thought of as providing relief for corporations, it also provides an mechanism for individual consumers to restructure. The Supreme Court resolved the issue of eligibility for individuals to file for Chapter 11 relief when it issued its ruling in Toibb v. Radliff […]

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