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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 transfer… Read More
Categories: Bankruptcy, Litigation