Kootenai Bankruptcy Blog
Can you Discharge Student Loans?
As a general rule, your student loans will probably not be dischargeable. The student loan exception to discharge imposes a dramatic hurdle for most Debtors.
The Morality of Bankruptcy
In this blog, we will explain some of the history of bankruptcy filing, its reasoning, and what others have said on the morality of bankruptcy.
Idaho Bankruptcy Exemptions
Bankruptcy is designed to provide a debtor with a fresh financial start. To facilitate that, the bankruptcy code provides that people are allowed to exempt, or protect, property they own at the time they file bankruptcy.
Ten Rules to Follow Before Bankruptcy.
Avoid doing these 10 things before your bankruptcy filing without first consulting with an experienced bankruptcy attorney.
Who is the Trustee in Bankruptcy?
Between a standing trustee, panel trustee, U.S. Trustee, the Judge, and other participants in a bankruptcy case, it can get confusing who is who.
How Long Before You Can File Bankruptcy Again?
To be eligible for a discharge, a Debtor must not have filed bankruptcy within a specific period of time prior to their newest bankruptcy.
Discharging Taxes in Bankruptcy
A common misunderstanding is that a person cannot discharge any taxes in bankruptcy. However, a person can discharge taxes in bankruptcy if certain conditions are met.
Top 5 Reasons to Hire a Bankruptcy Lawyer.
Hiring a Bankruptcy Lawyer is the best way to achieve a good result in your bankruptcy case. Representing yourself is not as simple as it might seem.
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