Daily Archives: March 21, 2012 - 4 results


Posted 3 years ago in Consumer Law Uncategorized by Laura Kresich  
Crazy State Laws

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Posted 3 years ago in Divorce by Aaron Kase  
Divorcing Billionaire Tries To Hide Assets With $88 Million Apartment Purchase

If you’re trying to hide assets during a divorce, buying an $88 million dollar home is a funny way to go about it. Billionaire buys most expensive home in New York City during divorce proceedings Real estate one of many techniques divorcing parties use to hide assets from the court Forensic accounting and computing can unravel hidden asset web of lies   Dorm Room Deluxe Russian billionaire Dmitry Rybolovlev pulled an unusual move while in the midst of a messy divorce …

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Posted 3 years ago in Bankruptcy by Jennifer King  
What Debts Are Dischargeable in Bankruptcy?

At first glance, bankruptcy may sound like the answer to all of your financial problems. Erase my debts and start over with a clean slate? Sign me up! But not so fast. A number of categories of debt—including alimony, child support, student loans and some income tax debt—will still be there even if your bankruptcy filing is successful.   Bankruptcy Overview Before we talk about what debt can and cannot be discharged (or forgiven) in bankruptcy, let’s do a quick …

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Posted 3 years ago in Labor and Employment by Keith Ecker  
Economy Blamed for Spike in Workplace Retaliation

Retaliation by employers was at an all-time high in 2011, according to recent statistics released by Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC). According to the data, retaliation claims made up 37.4 percent of the total number of overall charges filed in the 2011 fiscal year. This is the second year that retaliation claims have eclipsed charges of racial discrimination, which made up 35.4 percent of all charges in 2011. Retaliation charges have been on the rise for the past several years, …

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