Subchapter V Makes it Easier to Navigate Chapter 11

Admin on June 30, 2021 Posted in Bankruptcy Law, Blog

The number of bankruptcy cases in the last few years has risen substantially, which has led many people to consider bankruptcy as a method of taking control of debts. While the COVID-19 pandemic impacted countless workers, hotel owners and workers have been some of the most negatively impacted. This is because occupancy rates at hotels […]

DUI Judgments are Never Dischargeable in Bankruptcy

Admin on May 11, 2016 Posted in Bankruptcy Law, Blog

Most people know that alimony and child support obligations can never be discharged in bankruptcy. The media and politicians are very fond of reminding people that student loans can’t be discharged in bankruptcy (though there are some exceptions to this rule). While those two exceptions to bankruptcy law are well-known, there are also several other […]

Bar Exam Loans May Be Dischargeable in Bankruptcy

Admin on April 12, 2016 Posted in Blog, Chapter 13 Bankruptcy, Chapter 7 Bankruptcy, Student Loans

It’s well-known that federal student loans are very difficult, if not almost impossible to discharge in either Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy. There is another type of education loan that is lesser known to most people that is often thought of as nondischargable in bankruptcy, but a recent decision from New York indicates this […]

What to Remember About Taxes After Filing for Bankruptcy

Admin on April 7, 2016 Posted in Articles, Bankruptcy Law, Blog

April 15 is almost here, which means the annual deadline is looming to file income taxes. It’s a time that many Californians dread with good reason, but as many debtors have found, bankruptcy isn’t all bad for income taxes. If tax debt meets certain requirements, such as being more than three years old, they can […]