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28 Nov 2010, 2:02 pm by Richard
In a recent article, Oregon attorney Kent Anderson suggests that moving forward with a short sale of a home may not be the best course of action for a debtor, and I would have to agree. [read post]
   This writer is pleased to serve as president of Bankruptcy Law Network for 2012-2013, along with vice president, Kevin Gipson; secretary, Kurt O’Keefe; treasurer, Kent Anderson; member-at-large, Susanne Robicsek; and ex officio members of the board, former presidents, Gene Melchionne and Jay Fleischman. [read post]
22 Mar 2011, 9:04 am by doug
Kent Anderson, a bankruptcy lawyer in Oregon, has written a nice piece that explains the ins and outs of debt forgiveness as it applies to taxes and bankruptcy. [read post]
In Oregon, the homestead exemption was recently increased to $40,000 for a single debtor and $50,000 for married debtors filing a joint bankruptcy case, as recently discussed by Kent Anderson, my Oregon colleague.     [read post]
The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals looked at the Brunner test (the usual standard on whether a student loan debt is/should be dischargeable as explained by my colleague, Kent Anderson). [read post]
25 Jan 2008, 7:50 pm
Debtors whose mortgages do not qualify for this legislative relief may still escape debt forgiveness taxation by filing bankruptcy prior to the foreclosure or by filing IRS forms declaring their insolvency at the time of foreclosure Another interesting comment on this new law was posted by Oregon attorney Kent Anderson on the Bankruptcy Law Network Link: Home Loan Foreclosure No Longer a Tax Trap? [read post]