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Goff & Goff Prevents Debtor From Obtaining a Bankruptcy Discharge Due to Fraud

Lance Goff and Bart Balis uncovered hidden assets in a bankruptcy case; obtained a turnover of the concealed property and then successfully moved to prevent the Debtor from receiving a bankruptcy discharge.

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Goff & Goff Successfully Represents Creditor in Chapter 13 Case

Lance Goff aids client in preventing ex-husband from discharging his obligation to pay for his children's college expenses

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New Chapter 7 Means Test Numbers in Colorado for 2015-2016

The U.S. Trustee's Office has issued new Means Testing Tables Which are Now in Effect. If your income exceeds the amount(s) provided below, based upon your household size, you will be subject to Means Testing if you elect to file for Chapter 7 Bankruptcy

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Recent Litigation Trends Underscore Risks in Small Business Chapter 7 Filings

There have been several cases filed by bankruptcy trustees in recent months against principals of corporate debtors seeking to "claw back" funds paid by the corporation to the principals in the year prior to the corporate Chapter 7 filing.

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District Court Affirms Student Loan Discharge Order

The United States District Court for the District of Colorado, in College Assist v. GuBrath (2014 WL 6990123) has affirmed the Bankruptcy Court's Order discharging a debtor's $100,000+ student loan obligation.

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10th Circuit Court of Appeals Rules Against Debtor in Tax Discharge Case

On December 29, 2014, the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals, in Mallo v. Internal Revenue Service (13-1464) ruled against the Debtors who were attempting to discharge income tax liability for tax returns that were late-filed.

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Medical Marijuana can Complicate Bankruptcy

A recent decision from Colorado's chief bankruptcy judge has made it more difficult for a debtor involved in Colorado's legal marijuana industry from obtaining relief in bankruptcy court.

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Can I Buy a Home After Filing Bankruptcy?

Can I Buy a Home After Filing Bankruptcy?

After you have filed for bankruptcy, it is only natural to feel that your future is tainted or marred by your financial mistakes. Boulder couples that have filed for bankruptcy often feel that there is little chance they will qualify to own a home in the near future. This is far from the truth—and bankruptcy does not have...

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