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Most divorces concern issues such as temporary alimony, child support, child conservatorship (custody) and division of marital property and, in qualified cases, post divorce, spousal maintenance; these issues are considered common to divorce cases.
Around the United States, a collective sigh of relief could be heard from corporate executives on December 22, 1995. As either a belated Hanukkah gift or an early stocking stuffer, the United States Congress gave public-company executives what.
The Securities and Exchange Commission has adopted new plain English disclosure rules which become effective on October 1, 1998. These changes will significantly affect the drafting and format of all prospectuses in registered public offerings by.
Does a lender’s prepetition priority lien extend to post-confirmation advances where the confirmed plan does not expressly provide for the continuation of the lender’s priority lien? This question was recently answered by a United States district.
Several months ago I wrote an article summarizing the status of bankruptcy law since institution of the BAPCPA “Reform” Legislation which became effective last October 7, 2005, (the Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention and Consumer Protection Act of 2005.