Posts Tagged 'Law'

Bankruptcy Trustees going after Paid College Tuition

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Tuition recovery lawsuits are a growing trend and an example of creative use of fraudulent transfer law.

According to the article in the Wall Street Journal:

Tuition recovery lawsuits are a new phenomenon. Historically, tuition payments were so small that a court-appointed trustee wouldn’t waste time pursuing them. But as college costs rise and more parents chip in to help their kids, bankruptcy experts predict more of these lawsuits to come.

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Jim Cossitt to Speak about Bankruptcy Ethics

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Jim Cossitt, Montana’s only dual-board certified bankruptcy attorney — certified by the the American Board of Certification in both consumer and business bankruptcy law — is set to speak on bankruptcy ethics issues at two upcoming events.

AMERICAN BANKRUPTCY INSTITUTE WEBINAR
On September 24, 2013, Jim will be a panelist on a live webinar entitled: “The Complex ...

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