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Bankruptcy Protection for Inherited IRA

The already complicated subject of how to handle Individual Retirement Accounts following the death of an IRA holder just got a little more complicated with the recent Supreme Court decision in Clark v. Rameker. The issue in...more

Our Neighbors Filed Bankruptcy and Kept Everything. What Will We Lose?

This area of Bankruptcy law deals with a lot of ‘twos.’ There are two components of a Bankruptcy: assets and debts. There are two kinds of debts: dischargeable and non-dischargeable. There are two kinds of assets: exempt...more

The (Not-So) Hidden Risks of RIDEA Investment Structures

Many Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs) have embraced the REIT Investment Diversification and Empowerment Act (RIDEA) structure for their senior housing asset investments. Non-REIT institutional investors sometimes employ...more

Rogers Towers: Surcharge of Debtor’s Exempt Assets Allowed when Debtor Willfully Conceals Non-Exempt Assets

Concealing assets from the Bankruptcy Court rarely, if ever, turns out well for a debtor. In a recent First Circuit case, a debtor concealed proceeds from prepetition sale of his former marital home, claiming that all of the...more

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