Filing Bankruptcy Without Full Disclosure

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non-disclosure bankruptcy

One of the bedrock requirements of bankruptcy law is that any debtor filing for relief must make a complete and accurate disclosure of their financial affairs at the time of filing bankruptcy. This applies both to information provided on the required schedules and documents filed in a bankruptcy case and to answers to questions asked by the trustee assigned to … Read More

Filing Bankruptcy to Discharge Student Loans

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Senator Tom Harkin (D-Iowa), Chairman of the Senate panel on education, will propose a bill to the U.S. Senate to allow some student loans to be dischargeable when filing bankruptcy. Currently, filing bankruptcy does not generally discharge student loan debt. Senator Harkin’s bill, as proposed, would allow private lender student loans to be discharged after filing bankruptcy. According to a … Read More