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Blog Posts in April, 2013

Stopping Collections from the IRS and FTB through Bankruptcy

The IRS and the FTB are-for some purposes-just like any other creditor. The "automatic stay"-the bankruptcy tool that stops the collection actions of virtually all of your creditors-applies just the ...
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Two Important Sets of Changes to Bankruptcy Dollar Amounts Just Went into Effect

Coincidentally, two different sets of legal changes both became effective on April 1, 2013. One set of changes was to the state-by-state "median income" amounts. These affect whether or not you would ...
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New Appeals Court Ruling Protects California Vehicles Used in Business

Tools of the Trade Last month, an important court issued an opinion, applicable locally, that helps protect owners of vehicles who use thei r vehicle as a "tool of trade." This opinion provides a good ...
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