Student Loans and Chapter 7 Timing

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Photo by JESHOOTS.COM on Unsplash. You have to demonstrate undue hardship to write off a student loan. That often requires strategic filing of your Chapter 7 case. We’re in a series on the smart timing of your bankruptcy case. Last week we introduced the special condition you must meet to discharge (write off) student loans: “undue hardship.” Bankruptcy discharges other … Read More

Discharging Student Loans Causing Undue Hardship

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Photo by Green Chameleon on Unsplash. Discharging—permanently writing off—student loans requires showing undue hardship. Smart bankruptcy timing can make this easier to do. Discharging Student Loans in Bankruptcy It takes certain circumstances to be able to discharge student loans. Those circumstances can involve the right timing of your bankruptcy case. Bankruptcy discharges most debts. But it “does not discharge” you … Read More

Avoid Credit Card Allegations of Fraud

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Photo by rupixen.com on Unsplash. Making credit card purchases or cash advances a short time before filing bankruptcy can result in fraud allegations. Good timing can avoid this. Last week’s blog post introduced the so-called “presumptions of fraud” in bankruptcy. Today we get into dealing with this issue through smart bankruptcy timing. Bankruptcy Timing to Avoid the Presumption of Fraud … Read More

Avoid Presumptions of Fraud

Wasson and ThornhillDischarge of Debts

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Photo by Avery Evans on Unsplash. Presumptions of fraud make a credit card or cash advance debt harder to discharge—write off in bankruptcy. They’re usually easy to avoid. This blog post continues a series about the smart timing of your bankruptcy filing started back in July. (It’s been interrupted by urgent blog posts related to the pandemic—about unemployment benefits and … Read More