Tag : estoppel

Judicial Admissions in Your Bankruptcy Petition

Bankruptcy Law Overview

Many a wary debtor find themselves embroiled in problems in their bankruptcy cases when they hire a bankruptcy petition preparer, incompetent attorney, or go it alone ‘Pro Se’ in preparing and filing their own bankruptcy case. Why? The reason is Judicial Admissions. You would think that bankruptcy is a simple process to discharge your debts, but […]

Judicial Estoppel: Why You Should Disclose All Assets, Claims and Debts

Bankruptcy & Civil Litigation, Chapter 11, Chapter 13, Chapter 7, Small Business Bankruptcy

 Have you heard of Judicial Estoppel?  Well, you need to if someone owes you money and you’re thinking of suing while contemplating bankruptcy. The doctrine of Judicial Estoppel generally prevents a party from prevailing in one phase of a case on an argument and then relying on a contradictory argument to prevail in another phase. […]

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