By Jeff Field | Published June 23, 2015 | | |
As of June 1, 2015, the good news is the long wait is over. The bad news is the U.S. Supreme Court (“the Supremes”) ruled against the lien-stripping of junior security deeds in Chapter 7 cases. Bank of America, N.A. v. Caulkett (June 1, 2015). In so ruling, the Court relied on the same “term-by-term” reading Read MoreRead More
Bankruptcy can be a difficult bridge to cross but the benefits of the financial freedom it provides are usually well worth the risk. Many Debtors opt for the “fresh start” that Chapter 7 bankruptcy affords. However, there are numerous situations where a Chapter 13 bankruptcy is more appropriate, or even necessary. If a debtor is Read MoreRead More
When IRS or the Ga. Dept. of Revenue (“GDR”) file a fully secured claim in a Chapter 13 case based on a pre-petition filed tax lien, 11 U.S.C. Section 506(a) operates to limit the claim to the value that any Debtor (“D”) has in the property scheduled in Schedules A and B in the Chapter Read MoreRead More
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