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The Marital Deduction and Chapter 7

The marital deduction can be a game-changer, so the opportunity to use it should not be overlooked. Read More
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Chapter 7 eligibility (part II); the Means Test

If you are "over-median", then hope for qualifying for chapter 7 bankruptcy relief is not lost (far from it!), but you must complete and pass the dreaded "means test" calculation (form 122A-2).  Read More
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Eligibility for chapter 7 bankruptcy (Part I)

An explanation of the initial step for determining eligibility for chapter 7 bankruptcy based on income. Read More
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Postnuptial Agreements

Postnuptial Agreements are more enforceable than ever. Read More
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Connecticut No-Fault Divorce

“No-Fault Divorce” is a short-hand way of saying that anyone who wants a divorce is legally entitled to it. Put another way, the law will not compel you to stay married against your wishes. It wasn’t always that way. Since colonial times there… Read More
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Categories: Divorce

The Bank Says I Have To Sign a Reaffirmation Agreement To Keep My House Or Car After Bankruptcy. Do I?

In Connecticut the short answer is, usually, “no.” Although many people file Chapter 7 bankruptcy to eliminate credit card debt, a bankruptcy discharge generally erases your personal liability on all debt you owed on the date you filed, including… Read More
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Categories: Bankruptcy

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