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Understanding Objections to Discharge in Bankruptcy

When a debtor files for bankruptcy, many debts will be discharged when the bankruptcy is finalized. However, during the bankruptcy process, a creditor can file an objection to discharge of a specific debt. Filing an objection constitutes an advers… Read More
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Collateral Estoppel in Bankruptcy Litigation

Under a decision of the United States Supreme Court, the legal principle of collateral estoppel applies to dischargeability actions brought under Section 523(a) of the United States Bankruptcy Code. Debtors and creditors both should to understand h… Read More
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Revocation of a Bankruptcy Discharge

If a bankruptcy case is successfully completed, the bankruptcy court grants the debtor a discharge, which gives the debtor a fresh start by relieving him or her of personal liability for most types of debt. However, the U.S. Bankruptcy Code provides… Read More
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When Can a Creditor Challenge the Dischargeability of a Debt in Bankruptcy Litigation?

In a bankruptcy case, many debts are dischargeable, including credit card debt, medical bills, utility bills, and personal loans. When a debt is discharged in bankruptcy, the debtor no longer has to pay it. However, a debtor’s right to have debts d… Read More
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Voidable / Fraudulent Transfers in Bankruptcy Cases

In bankruptcy cases, a bankruptcy trustee has the ability to void certain fraudulent transfers of property made by the debtor prior to filing bankruptcy. This ability is often referred to as the bankruptcy clawback provision. When fraudulent transf… Read More
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