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Divorce Property settlement wiped out in bankruptcy

Divorce Property settlements are wiped out in Chapter 13 bankruptcy Schultz versus Schultz.  Mr. and Mrs. Shultz were going through a divorce in the District Court of Buffalo County, Nebraska.  On August 30, 2011, the court enters an order that provides: To equalize the division of the property of the parties and allocation of the […]

Bankruptcy Attorney Omaha – Top 5 list of Little Known Bankruptcy Facts that can HELP YOU!

There are just so many little known facts about bankruptcy that, if better known, could really help people suffering from financial problems.  I’ve compiled a quick list of topics that many of my clients were surprised to learn: 1.  Can taxes be discharged in bankruptcy? Answer:  Yes, sometimes.  The first rule is that  you can […]

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