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    || 5-Oct-2016

    For many family members, the stress of dealing with debt left behind can sometimes eclipse their grief for the loss of their loved one. Typically, the deceased person’s estate assets satisfy the claims of any creditors before they are distributed to beneficiaries, sometimes leaving survivors nothing to inherit. Even if the deceased’s assets do not adequately pay off remaining debts, ...
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  • Bankruptcy Appellate Panel Rules on Statute of Limitations Argument

    || 19-Nov-2015

    The Bankruptcy Appellate Panel (BAP) of the Ninth Circuit recently had an opportunity to consider a statute of limitations argument concerning fraudulent transfer actions based on actual intent. In deciding whether to consider the issue, the BAP had to determine whether the law raised factual issues or a purely legal issue. Ultimately, the BAP decided that the statute raised factual issues and ...
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  • A new program aimed at helping Californians with limited means free themselves of driving debt will take effect this week as part of Governor Jerry Brown’s annual budget. Brown has long criticized the current traffic court system, calling it a “hellhole of desperation” for people who are caught in it. The inability to pay a spiraling amount of traffic fines and court fees has ...
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