The Worst of Both Worlds: When Bankruptcy and Divorce Collide

2010_Bankruptcy_InstituteOctober 4, 2010
Presentation at the annual Minnesota Bankruptcy Institute.
Special issues for married and divorced issues. A lively discussion of the asset, debt, income and ethical issues that arise when married, separated, or divorced debtors file bankruptcy separately or jointly, as well as selected pre- and post-divorce issues that can flare up when bankruptcy and divorce collide.

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The 2010 Bankruptcy Institute PDF

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