Supreme Court Clarifies Finality in Bankruptcy Proceedings

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The issue of finality has been open to interpretation in bankruptcy cases. This means that what constitutes a final order in the context of a bankruptcy can be seen in different ways. This is important in knowing whether you can appeal a court ruling. The Supreme Court of the United States recently made an important […]

What Not to Do When Filing for Bankruptcy

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Filing for bankruptcy can be a positive experience that helps regain your financial footing. However, there are certain steps that can hurt your bankruptcy case, even if they’re in good intention or accidental. Here is what you should avoid before filing: Don’t Lie About Your Assets Always be completely honest about your assets. Your case […]

What Does the HAVEN Act Mean for Disabled Veterans and Their Families?

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The Honoring American Veterans in Extreme Need Act of 2019, or HAVEN Act, was passed on August 23, 2019. It has important implications for veterans who file for Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy. After all, nearly 15% of those who file for bankruptcy in the U.S. are veterans (who account for just 10% of […]