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Blog Posts in August, 2013

Do I Have To Go to Court If I File for Bankruptcy?

Whe n you file for Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy you are required to attend a hearing called a 341 meeting of creditors. Thehearing does not happen in a courtroom before a judge, but in most ...
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How Does Income Affect A Seniors Qualification for Bankruptcy?

Th is continues my series of blogs about legal and practical considerations for older Californians, focusing today on income considerations. Note that most of today's blog will apply to people in ...
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60 Day Rule To Object to Non-Dischargeability is Strict

Bankruptcy rules make clear that if a creditor wants to object to the discharge (legal write-off) of a debt on the basis of the debtor's fraud, that objection has to be filed within 60 days of the ...
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Bankruptcy Court Trumps Federal Arbitration Clause

With $3.3 million in alleged damages against a Chapter 7 debtor at stake, in Ackerman v. Eber (In re Eber) , 687 F.3d 1123 (9th Cir. 2012) the U. S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit ruled in ...
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Special Debt Considerations for California Seniors Contemplating Bankruptcy

In my last blog I talked about how more and more older Americans are in financial distress, and touched on some of the reasons for this. This is certainly true here in California. In my experience ...
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