Bankruptcy Massachusetts
On May 6, 2014, a Federal bankruptcy judge based in Las Vegas, Nevada, ordered TelexFree Inc.’s bankruptcy to be moved from Nevada to Massachusetts.  The judge agreed to do so after government regulators argued that the company had no operations in Nevada so it was improper for the bankruptcy case to be tried in Nevada...
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A Massachusetts bankruptcy case is a complex legal litigation matter. As such, there are often many different people involved beyond just the debtor (the person that owes money, and is seeking bankruptcy). Creditors in Bankruptcy   Creditors are the lenders, individuals or companies that are owed money by the debtor. These debts can be for...
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If you are considering filing for personal bankruptcy in Massachusetts, it may be relevant whether or not your educational loans for college are forgiven in the bankruptcy. The U.S. Department of Education has strict legal requirements that a bankruptcy court must follow in order to forgive educational loans. Proving A Hardship to the Bankruptcy Court In...
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  Financial troubles are a leading cause of marital discord for couples in Massachusetts. If you and your spouse are considering divorce, you might be dealing with a messy debt situation. If so, you may need to reach out to an experienced Massachusetts Bankruptcy Attorney who can help you figure out your rights and responsibilities...
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Most people assume bankruptcy is something a person does when he or she has no more money. If you cannot afford to pay your bills, bankruptcy makes it possible to not pay them or it gives you longer to pay without financial penalty. This is true, but bankruptcy cannot be filed for free. It actually...
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