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Income tax debts may be dischargeable under Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 of the Bankruptcy Code. There are several criteria that must be met in order for taxes to be dischargeable.
The due date for filing a tax
Challenges to Wills
A possible settlement deal was recently reported in the litigation over the estate of Huguette Clark, the wealthy heir of former U.S. Senator William A. Clark. The litigation is will contest action filed in New York
Bankruptcy and Foreclosure in Idaho
The Emerald Forest Products sawmill on W. Main Street in Emmett, ID filed for bankruptcy and faces a trustee foreclosure sale. The business, which opened in 2010, struggled to produce boards
Boise police announced the arrest of two 15-year-old boys who were involved in a summer crime spree. The boys stole iPhone chargers, knives, money and other items from unlocked cars, as well as causing damage to houses under
A recent study by Ohio State University researchers suggests that members of large families may be less likely to get divorced. The study was based on information obtained from more than 50,000 Americans within the last 40 years.
Effective January 1, 2013 the Fourth Judicial District of Idaho implemented the Idaho Rules of Family Law Procedure (I.R.F.L.P.). The I.R.F.L.P. are a pilot project of the Idaho Supreme Court for the Fourth Judicial District, including Ada, Boise, Elmore
In April of 2005, the United States Congress passed the Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention and Consumer Protection Act of 2005, commonly known as BAPCPA. That law took effect in October of 2005. One of the important changes of BAPCPA was 11 U.S.C.
Estate planning is not just for the wealthy. Estate planning is for anyone wants to control what happens to their property and money when they pass away, as well as protect it during his or her lifetime. A Boise
Filing for bankruptcy can feel like an ending instead of a beginning. However, it does not have to be. It’s true, once you file for bankruptcy your credit rating takes quite a hit. But your credit is not ruined
Divorce laws vary from state to state. If you are considering divorce or suspect your spouse may be approaching divorce, you should inform yourself about the divorce laws in your state. You don’t want to find yourself unprepared. A