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Some Student Loans ARE Dischargeable

There are many myths surrounding the topic of discharging student loans in bankruptcy. Some say you can’t do it. Others say you can discharge student loans only if you can prove hardship. Still others say you can...




How Having a Car Loan Can Help in Bankruptcy

The U.S. Supreme Court in Ransom v. FIA Card Services instructs that above-median debtors can take a vehicle ownership deduction of around $500 on the Means Test when calculating Projected Disposable Income, but only...




Where Do You Get Your Bankruptcy Advice?

This just in, lawyers are expensive. Useful legal advice from a licensed attorney costs. No attorney who values his law license is going to give a free, off-the-cuff opinion that may be used against him in a court...




When Can I File Another Bankruptcy Case?

The federal bankruptcy law does not limit the number of times an individual can file for bankruptcy protection. The Bankruptcy Code only restricts how often a debtor may receive a discharge of debts. When an individual...




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...




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...