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I’m often asked, “Do I have to disclose that?” The question arises when folks are trying to come up with a plausible way to conceal an asset that has special value either in money or otherwise. The answer is always, “In bankruptcy, you better disclose all your assets to the Chapter 7 Trustee.” The Bankruptcy […]
All of us know that we should never, never, never drive an automobile after having a drink or six. Unfortunately, sometimes after drink No. 2, the rational part of you leaves you entirely. I saw this picture in a post on Alltop.com and it made me think about avoiding a DUI conviction in Tennessee. Now […]
The short answer to the question of whether you have to be a resident of Tennessee in order to file bankruptcy in Tennessee is: YES, but . . . You don’t have to be a resident very long however. You’ve got to be a resident of the state in which you file your bankruptcy case […]
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Knoxville bankruptcy attorney Dan Scott says there is no discharge available in a corporation's Chapter 7 bankruptcy. He gives 4 reasons a corporation might decide to file a Chapter 7 bankruptcy. There is some help for a small business owner.