Posted By Alan W. Forsley, Esq.
A debtor whose discharged is denied or revoked in a Chapter 7 case cannot discharge in a later Chapter 7 case claims incurred before the prior case. 11 U.S.C. §523(a)(10). However, for individuals who qualify for Chapter 13, the denial or revocation of discharge in an earlier Chapter 7 case might not preclude the granting of a so-called “super-discharge” in a later-filed Chapter ...
Posted By Marc Lieberman
As if California real property sellers didn’t have enough to worry about, on July 17, 2015, the Federal District Court in Los Angeles sent a shiver down the spines of sellers when it handed down its order in In re Walldesign, Inc. In Walldesign, Donald Buresh and his wife Karen Philips sold a piece of commercial real estate in 2009 to Michael Bello, the president and sole shareholder of ...