The 3 Year Plan or the 5 Year Plan?

When I was in college, the “3 year or 5 year plan” usually referred to if you were graduating early – meaning you were studying hard — or graduating late – which means you were partying hard. But in annals of bankruptcy law, it’s usually...
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Veterans Get A Bankruptcy Break

It’s still amazing that the best military in the world treats its Veterans so poorly. At least Congress did something right in the bankruptcy code – and on this Veteran’s Day, I thought it is worth mentioning what lawmakers did and why the did it....
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Foreclosures Rising!

MSNBC is reporting that the pace of new home foreclosures edged up again in the third quarter even as the number of borrowers falling behind on their payment eased a bit. In fact in the Dallas Texas region, Chapter 13 bankruptcy filings are up and...
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Arizona Law Firm Not Playing Fair

They are at it again and I am sick of it. A law firm in Arizona is trying to take advantage of my bankruptcy clients – using non-lawyers as proxies to foment what they know is a legal fallacy. Who are these people? An Arizona...
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