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Monthly Archives: November 2020

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Man Fakes His Own Death to Avoid Bankruptcy Court

By Kelley, Fulton & Kaplan |

Many people are under the misconception that if they file for bankruptcy, they will lose everything. We’ve previously written about how many kinds of bankruptcy allow you exemptions, so that you can keep property, or allow you to make small payments, and thus, keep most of your property. Still, some people decide they want… Read More »

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Divorce and Bankruptcy: Which Comes First?

By Kelley, Fulton & Kaplan |

If you are thinking of a divorce, you may also be thinking about a bankruptcy. Often, the two accompany each other. Sometimes finances were a problem during the marriage and lead to problems during the marriage. Other times, the divorce itself causes financial problems, what with two incomes combined now becoming one or one… Read More »

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Being Nice by Paying Creditors Can Lead to Problems

By Kelley, Fulton & Kaplan |

You have made up your mind to file for bankruptcy. You know that if your discharge is entered, that your debts will be discharged forever. But before that happens, you want to make a few extra payments to some of your creditors. After all, no court would have a problem with you paying a… Read More »

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