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Non-dischargeable Student Loans

A statute of limitation is a law that limits the amount of time that a plaintiff or prosecutor has for filing a legal action. Most crimes have a statute of limitations which varies from state to state. For...




Fight Back Against Mortgage Servicers

Mortgage servicer PHH Mortgage Corporation is in the news again, this time on the losing end of a $16 million jury verdict. Like many others in Yuba County, California, homeowner Phillip Linza ran into some financial...




Bankruptcy Discharge Order

At the conclusion of nearly all consumer bankruptcy cases the court will issue a permanent injunction prohibiting creditors from collecting on pre-bankruptcy debts. This permanent injunction known as the “bankruptcy...




Married Couple, Single Debtor

While it is common for a husband and wife to file a joint bankruptcy, in some cases it is beneficial for only one spouse to file. When one spouse files for bankruptcy protection, the other (non-filing) spouse is not...








Bankruptcy Filing Rate Continues to Decline

Law Professor Robert Lawless of the University of Illinois has posted a short article on CreditSlips.com regarding the declining bankruptcy filing rates for the first part of 2014. Lawless sites data collected by Epiq...