Health Savings Accounts and Bankruptcy
When someone has a high-deductible health insurance plan they look to offset that deductible cost by placing money in a qualified health...
Contesting discharge of debt based on the Concept of False Representation
Creditors can contest the discharge of a debt based on the notion of false representation under section 523 of the U.S. Bankruptcy Code.
Is Bankruptcy relief available to Medical Marijuana Licensed Caregivers and Marijuana Growers
How the Michigan Medical Marijuana Act and the U.S. Bankruptcy Code diverge.
Judgment liens and Bankruptcy
Judgment liens and bankruptcy, how Michigan law ties into to bankruptcy
The Trustee's Power to Avoid a Mortgage
Did you know that a Bankruptcy Trustee has the power to avoid a mortgage if the mortgage is defective.
Utility service bill delinquencies, Utility shutoffs and Bankruptcy
Bankruptcy helps a debtor who is facing a utility service shutoff, or is behind on payments or has had the utility service shutoff.
If medical debts are overwhelming your family, bankruptcy relief can help
Medical debt can overwhelm a family financially, if you're dealing with this type of financial distress bankruptcy relief can help you.
High Interest Credit Card Debt
The clients I generally meet, come to me only after dealing with their financial woes for quite some time. Their problems typically stem...
If you decide to file for bankruptcy protection
Maybe you've spent sometime on Google researching what a personal bankruptcy can and cannot do for your financial situation. Maybe...
Fraudulent Transfers and 11 U.S.C. §523(a)(2)(A) of the Bankruptcy Code's discharge exceptions.
The term 'fraudulent transfer' is a very important term to those of us practicing in the field of bankruptcy law. For the attorney...