Court Finds that Post-Discharge Credit Inquiries Do Not Violate Fair Credit Reporting Act

wpadmin on January 30, 2021 Posted in Bankruptcy Law, Blog

The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals recently held that a mortgage servicer has a permissible reason for pulling consumer reports of three borrowers for whom the company had serviced two mortgages despite the borrowers’ personal liability for the mortgages being discharged in bankruptcy. More particularly, the servicer was granted the right to access the borrowers’ […]

Exceptions to Discharge

Admin on July 17, 2017 Posted in Blog, Types of Debt in Bankruptcy

Imagine that Mike is driving his car on the highway. Mike is in a rush because he is late to his son’s graduation. In his haste, Mike accidentally cuts off Steve while Steve is trying to change lanes. This causes Steve’s car, which is a brand new Ferrari, to go out of control and slam […]