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Court’s bankruptcy decision will require ‘creative strategies’

Justice Elena Kagan’s first opinion as a member of the U.S. Supreme Court limited the ability of debtors to take a key deduction and will require strategic planning by bankruptcy practitioners to limit its impact.

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Chapter 13 bankruptcy implications of mortgage mess

With the announcements that several national banks are halting home foreclosures and an investigation ensuing into falsified signatures and other paperwork improprieties, the mortgage industry can officially be declared a mess. But what does that mean for bankruptcy practitioners trying to help clients navigate through the Chapter 13 process?

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