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New Case Discusses IRA Exemptions

July 9, 2013
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In a case decided on June 17, the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals reversed the Tennessee Bankruptcy Court and US District Court regarding the continuing exemption of funds in an IRA account.  In In re Daley, the chapter 7 trustee argued that because the IRA account agreement contained […]

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Sixth Circuit Discusses Non-Dischargeability Issues on Assigned Debt

July 2, 2013
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In a case issued on June 10, the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals in In Re Pavdvierz discussed at some length concerns that arise when the creditor pursuing a nondischargeability  action is an “assignee” from the original creditor.  Sixth Circuit cases are binding on our local bankruptcy judges […]

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Credit Cards and Bankruptcy

June 25, 2013
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If you are contemplating filing bankruptcy and have credit cards, please consider the following:

Don’t pay off your credit card balances before filing.   Credit card debt is typically dischargeable in bankruptcy provided you don’t take cash advances or purchase luxury goods before filing for bankruptcy relief […]

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Preparing for Your Meeting of Creditors

June 19, 2013
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Within a few days of filing your bankruptcy petition, the bankruptcy court will schedule your “first meeting of creditors,” which is often referred to as a “341 hearing.”  Your bankruptcy trustee (not the bankruptcy judge) will preside over the meeting of creditors, and you will be required to […]

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