Bankruptcy Fraud: Investigation Of Bankruptcy Fraud

PART II According to the US Department of Justice, 10% of Bankruptcy filings contain some element of Bankruptcy Fraud. The US Trustee Office is one of the primary organs of the government that is responsible for the investigation of Bankruptcy Fraud. Most, if not all, of the Bankruptcy Courts in the United States will have attached, a local office of the US Trustee. The President of the United States is ostensibly the highest officer given function of administering the federal laws of the United States. Read More +

Bankruptcy Fraud

Bankruptcy Fraud encompasses many different elements related to Bankruptcy Law. Bankruptcy Fraud can appear in many different forms. A Bankruptcy Practitioner can spend a lifetime focusing his or her practice solely on the representation of clients, either debtors or creditors, in matters relating to Bankruptcy Fraud. Bankruptcy Fraud can be discerned more clearly by the actions of a debtor that demonstrate an actual intent to commit Bankruptcy Fraud. The debtor that announces his intent to commit Bankruptcy Fraud is not common. Real life does not Read More +

Ramifications Of The Supreme Court’s Lawless Decision In Bank Of America V Caulkett

MESSAGE FROM A BANKRUPTCY ATTORNEY IN CLEARWATER, FLORIDA PART TWO Jay Weller is a Bankruptcy Attorney in Clearwater, Florida. Jay Weller and Weller Legal Group have Law Offices in Clearwater, Port Richey, and Lakeland, Florida, and have filed over 40,000 Bankruptcies, since 1993. In order to understand this Article, please read Part One. What are the ramifications of the Supreme Court Decision in Bank of America v Caulkett? Why is its construction of the Bankruptcy Code important? Please note that the Supreme Court Decision in Read More +

Message From A Bankruptcy Attorney In Clearwater, Florida

THE SUPREME COURT DECISION IN BANK OF AMERICA V CAULKETT FURTHER ILLUSTRATES ITS LAWLESSNESS PART ONE Jay Weller is a Bankruptcy Attorney with Offices in Clearwater, Port Richey, and Lakeland, Florida. In Caulkett, the Debtor filed Chapter 7 Bankruptcy. The Debtor in Bankruptcy owned a Home with a First and Second Mortgage. The Fair Market Value of the Home was less than the Balance of the First Mortgage. The Second Mortgage, in terms of Bankruptcy, is Wholly Unsecured. Section 506(d) of the Bankruptcy Code provides, Read More +

New Technology To Reduce The Chances Of Credit Card Fraud

How Do I Reduce The Chance Of Becoming A Victim Of Credit Card Fraud? By Jay Weller Although the Credit Card companies are generally behind the efforts of fraudsters in preventing Credit Card fraud, there are some things you, as a Consumer, may do to stymie the efforts of these miscreants. For example, Capital One customers can activate email or text alerts when such customers balances exceed a certain limit, when a transaction happens or the customer does not have sufficient funds in their bank Read More +