DEBTOR’S INTENT AT ISSUE IN TRIAL OVER HOMESTEAD EXEMPTION
The Diaz case is a formidable weapon for California creditors dealing with deceitful debtors trying to maximize their exemptions.
The Law Favors Judgment Enforcement!
Judgment Creditors Should Emphasize the Use of Code of Civil Procedure Code Section 187 to Assure Judgments Have Meaning.
The "Automatic Stay" is NOT Monolithic
After denial of debtor's discharge, Creditors properly enforce judgment around remnants of Bankruptcy Code's Section 362 automatic s
How Bankruptcy Fails Creditors: The Loopholes for Exemption Fraud
Debtors continue to lie about their exemptions. Here's why.
The Assignment Order Checklist
"[T]he Legislature deliberately chose to permit any persons who claim an interest in unclaimed property, such as an assignee, to recove
FDCPA Round-Up: Creditors Win Two in U.S. Supreme Court
The consumer debtor bar gets pushed back in two cases.
Appellate Court Rules for Bad Guy!
Attorneys should anticipate misconduct in depositions and debtor's examinations.
A Victory for California Creditors and a Published Decision Picks up Steam
The lower courts have thrown off a Ninth Circuit decision that created an incentive for debtors to make fraudulent exemption claims.