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Avoiding Preferential Transfers When The Bankruptcy Trustee Doesn’t

May 12, 2020   |   Posted by: Admin

With few exceptions, when an unsecured creditor has received one or more payments or other transfers totaling at least $600 from an individual consumer debtor

California Supreme Court Rules Judgment on Demurrer No Bar

May 12, 2020   |   Posted by: Admin

When did the California Supreme Court make this ruling? In 1952. Nevertheless, most attorneys in California either pack up and quit after a judgment on

Knowing The Rules Of Evidence Can Make You A Better Lawyer

May 12, 2020   |   Posted by: Admin

I see a lot of attorneys that routinely file motions in federal court that are based on declaration testimony and documentary evidence which is clearly

Discharging Income Taxes in Chapter 7 Bankruptcy

May 12, 2020   |   Posted by: Admin

State or federal income taxes can be discharged (forgiven) in a Chapter 7 bankruptcy if: ● The tax debt is at least 3 years old.

Stopping Eviction and Curing Rent Default in Bankruptcy

May 12, 2020   |   Posted by: Admin

Prior to the amendments of the Bankruptcy Code in 2005, the filing of a bankruptcy proceeding automatically stayed a residential eviction proceeding unless and until