Knowing Your Team: An Essential Element for Success!

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Whose Hands are Dirtier? A Look at the Unclean Hands Doctrine

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From the Editor – Surrender

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From the Editor – Surrender

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From the Editor – Best Interests of Creditors Test

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Foreclosure Attorney Arrested for Contempt

By Ansley Owens, Contributing Writer and Intern for the NACTT Academy (Nashville, TN)

A heated dispute between a judge and foreclosure attorney ended with the 70-year-old attorney handcuffed, charged with two felonies, and incarcerated overnight.

On November 14, 2014, Palm Beach Circuit Senior Judge Howard Harrison found attorney Stuart Golant in contempt and issued . . . → Read More: Foreclosure Attorney Arrested for Contempt

The Serendipitous Side Effects of Chapter 13

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No More Until Debts Do Us Part: Supreme Court Grants Married Same-Sex Couples the Same Joint Bankruptcy Protections as Opposite-Sex Couples in Obergefell v. Hodges

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National Taxpayer Advocate Reviews Filing Season and Identifies Priority Areas and Challenges in Mid Year Report to Congress

July 15, 2015

WASHINGTON — National Taxpayer Advocate Nina E. Olson today released her statutorily mandated mid-year report to Congress that identifies the priority issues the Taxpayer Advocate Service (TAS) will address during the upcoming fiscal year, including the IRS’s long-term strategic planning, tax-related identity theft and administration of the Patient Protection and Affordable . . . → Read More: National Taxpayer Advocate Reviews Filing Season and Identifies Priority Areas and Challenges in Mid Year Report to Congress

Chapter 20 Debtors Can “Strip Off” a Wholly Unsecured Junior Lien on Debtor’s Primary Residence—Regardless of Debtors’ Eligibility for Discharge

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