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Recent Posts in Preference Category

Who is a Non-Statutory Insider for Preference Purposes?

My last blog post discussed what a "preference" is and how to prevent or defend a bankruptcy trustee attempt to take back, or "avoid," such a preference. Very briefly, a preference ...
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Preventing or Defending a Preference Challenge by the Bankruptcy Trustee

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What Can You Do If you Paid a Relative Money Before Filing for Bankruptcy?

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