I Win. I Win. Trustee Holds Record for Having the Oldest Open Chapter 13 Case

By Helen M. Morris, Chapter 13 Standing Trustee for the Northern and Southern Districts of West Virginia

It really takes so little to make a Chapter 13 Trustee happy—debtor’s counsel using calculators when they draft a plan ($100 for 36 months is NOT $4,936.87 no matter how many times it is repeated); saying “the . . . → Read More: I Win. I Win. Trustee Holds Record for Having the Oldest Open Chapter 13 Case

Bad Apples In The Barrel

By Matthew T. Sanning, Attorney at Law, Augusta, Kentucky

All debtors who file a bankruptcy proceeding suffer from financial difficulties. Many of those debtors, due to strapped financial circumstances, take out high interest internet loans. Then, when the debtors file bankruptcy, those internet lenders in turn file proofs of claim. Many internet lenders write . . . → Read More: Bad Apples In The Barrel

Eighth Circuit Says Paying Unsecured Non-Dischargeable Tax Debt In Full While Paying 0% to Other Creditors Is Unfair Discrimination

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