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How to Cash Flow Kids' College

I am super obsessive. Too bad I didn’t use that superpower before to stop and attack my debt. But I’m doing it now. When I ought to be grading papers or making final revisions to my current book project or prepping class, I’m obsessing over schedules. 401 more words

Debt Reduction

Elizabeth Currid-Halkett: Conspicuous consumption is over. It’s all about intangibles now

In 1899, the economist Thorstein Veblen observed that silver spoons and corsets were markers of elite social position. In Veblen’s now famous treatise The Theory of the Leisure Class… 1,065 more words

Opinion Leaders

Skidmore Opinion Part 3: College Costs and Fraudulent Transfers

This is Part 3 of the Skidmore opinion, click on the links below for a

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  1. Reasonably Equivalent Value

In order to succeed on his fraudulent transfer claims, the Trustee must show that the Debtor did not receive “reasonably equivalent value” in exchange for the Transfers. 2,912 more words

Bankruptcy

Skidmore Opinion Part 2: College costs and fraudulent transfers

This is Part 2 of the Skidmore opinion, click on the links below for a

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Part 3

  1. ANALYSIS

In this case, the Trustee is seeking to avoid the three Transfers made by the Debtor to Skidmore. 3,014 more words

Bankruptcy

Skidmore Opinion Part 1: College costs and fraudulent transfers

This is Part 1 of the Skidmore opinion, click on the links below for a

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In the matter of: LESLIE KYRIN DUNSTON, Chapter 7, Debtor., v. 1,597 more words

Bankruptcy

Are a daughter’s college costs a fraudulent transfer?

As a bankruptcy attorney in Mount Vernon, IL for over 20 years, I read through and analyze court rulings throughout the country. Here is a case from Georgia with some serious repercussions for anyone who helps their family with college expenses! 550 more words

Bankruptcy

Want to Go to A Good School?

Money Magazine rated the top 711 schools in the United States.  That ranking was based on three different criteria.

  1. The quality of education which includes how quickly students graduated, how the students and professors evaluated the school and the financial well-being of the school itself.
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