Monthly Archives: September 2018

Debt Responsibility

Debt Responsibility A fourth category of debt responsibility which is not wiped out in a Chapter 7 or 11 bankruptcy is fraud in a fiduciary capacity, larceny or embezzlement. An example of this type of non-dis-chargeable activity would be an Escrow Agent, or one who holds property in trust, who then uses that property to… Read more »

Bankruptcy Notification

Bankruptcy Notification Another category of debt which bankruptcy law does not wipe out, is for people or institutions which do not have complete names and/or addresses, so as to be unable to give them notice of the pending bankruptcy or bankruptcy notification. If the creditor, real or disputed, does not receive notice of the bankruptcy,… Read more »

Bankruptcy Notification

Bankruptcy Notification Another category of debt which bankruptcy law does not wipe out is for people or institutions which do not have complete names and/or addresses so as to be unable to give them notice of the pending bankruptcy, or the bankruptcy notification. If the creditor, real or disputed, does not receive the bankruptcy notification,… Read more »