• July 21, 2021

    Social Security Overpayments and Bankruptcy

    Can You File Bankruptcy on a Social Security Overpayment? Can you discharge an overpayment of social security benefits in bankruptcy?  The answer to this question is generally “yes.”  You can discharge social security overpayments in bankruptcy.  Therefore, in many cases, it would be advisable to file for bankruptcy relief especially if there are also other […]

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  • July 18, 2021

    Are IRA Retirement Annuities Safe in Bankruptcy?

    Are IRA Retirement Annuities Safe in Bankruptcy? Generally, private annuities are not safe in bankruptcy.  In fact, they attract a lot of attention in bankruptcy cases because of their “non-exempt” status.   However, in Indiana and the majority of other states, private annuities held in a tax-exempt, tax-deferred retirement account such as an IRA can be […]

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  • July 7, 2021

    Monthly Child Tax Credit Payments

    Will Monthly Child Tax Credit Payments Cause Bankruptcy? The new monthly child tax credit payments will commence on July 15, 2021.   Now up to 88% of families can receive a monthly support payment from the government.  They will no longer need to wait until tax time to receive such payments.   How will this affect bankruptcy?  […]

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  • July 4, 2021

    Can I Put My Property in My Spouse’s...

    Can I Put My Property in My Spouse’s Name and File for Bankruptcy? You have learned that you may have too much property to file for Chapter 7 bankruptcy.  Your spouse does not have very much debt, and you are the only one who needs to file for bankruptcy.   Why not simply sell what you […]

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