27th Jan 2015

Can I file bankruptcy on my taxes? Yes – You can file bankruptcy on your taxes. Some taxes are dischargeable, some are not. If the tax is not dischargeable, it can be repaid through a Chapter 13 bankruptcy, or it … more

23rd Jan 2015

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Rep. John K. Delaney (D-Md.) introduced H.R. 449 to allow student loan debt to be treated like other forms of debt that can be discharged in bankruptcy proceedings. The Bill was Referred to the House Committee on the Judiciary. You … more

20th Jan 2015

An interesting bankruptcy law update came in late September when the Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern District of Tennessee issued an opinion on In re Moore, addressing three interesting issues all related to bankruptcy discharge injunctions.  To keep things straight, … more

13th Jan 2015

The majority of students graduating from college are saddled with student debt.  The amounts vary, but the average debt for college seniors carrying student loans in 2012 was $29,400.  Some have less debt and others have far more, particularly those … more