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Documentation aside from the entire process for bankruptcy ought to be carried out in the federal court not in the state court. This will likely cost a few hundred bucks. Look after all of the bills before you start.
Posted by Brian Linnekens on 3.21.16 in Bankruptcy. (AR)
Documentation aside from the entire process for bankruptcy ought to be carried out in the federal court not in the state court. This will likely cost a few hundred bucks. Look after all of the bills before you start.
Posted by Brian Linnekens on 3.21.16 in Bankruptcy. (AR)
Documentation aside from the entire process for bankruptcy ought to be carried out in the federal court not in the state court. This will likely cost a few hundred bucks. Look after all of the bills before you start.
Posted by Brian Linnekens on 3.21.16 in Bankruptcy. (AR)
In Khan v. Barton (In re Khan), CC-14-1021-TaDKi, CC-14-1041-TaDKi, CC-14-1062-TaDKi (9th Cir. BAP Dec. 9, 2014), the Bankruptcy Appellate Panel of the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit (the “BAP”) held that mandatory subordination of a claim under Bankruptcy Code Section 510(b) does not compel disalowance of the claim and does not apply to individual debtors. Read more here: http://tinyurl.com/mpqslnl
Posted by Reno Fernandez on 1.11.15 in Bankruptcy.
In this case, the Federal Ninth Circuit Court of Appeal held: Bankruptcy Court cannot sua sponte extend the deadline to file nondischargeability complaint, without cause and after the deadline had passed.
Posted by Robin Mashal on 7.25.13 in Bankruptcy.
Our office represented the Bankruptcy Trustee of the estate of Siu Ling Li, concerning fraudulent transfers of assets from the debtor's estate. Here is a judgment entered against the Debtor's son for fraudulent transfer of $20,000 pre-bankruptcy petition.
Posted by Robin Mashal on 4.29.13 in Bankruptcy.
Our law firm acts as special litigation counsel to David A. Gill, Chapter 7 Trustee, in the bankruptcy of Siu Ling Li. Our office brought an adversary action on behalf of the Trustee, for various causes of action including fraudulent transfer of assets. Below is a copy of the Summons Second Amended Complaint.
Posted by Robin Mashal on 7.19.12 in Bankruptcy.
Our law firm acts as special litigation counsel to David A. Gill, Chapter 7 Trustee, in the bankruptcy of Siu Ling Li. Our office brought an adversary action on behalf of the Trustee, for various causes of action including fraudulent transfer of assets. Below is a copy of the Summons and Notice of Status Conference issued on the Second Amended Complaint.
Posted by Robin Mashal on 7.19.12 in Bankruptcy.
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Posted by Angelena Brown on 6.28.12 in Bankruptcy.
May 27, 2012 · Posted in bankruptcy · Comment (Edit) Bankruptcy is an option for some people who are overwhelmed by their debt. At times, stress is caused from debt related issues. This stress can lead to illness, loss of employment or even divorces. One could possibly avoid all the above mentioned issues by relieving their stress. Many times, filing bankruptcy is ones best option.
Posted by Ray Garcia on 5.27.12 in Bankruptcy. (FL)