Section 523(a)(8) contains a
presumption that qualified student loans will not be discharged, and although
the presumption can be overcome by a debtor who shows "undue
hardship," bankruptcy courts often seek to have debtors take advantage...
The provisions of Section 523(a)(8) generally qualified education loans from discharge, unless the denial of a discharge would "impose an undue hardship" on the debtor. Although the words "undue hardship" are not defined in the Bankruptcy...
the trend among courts is to exempt inherited IRAs from property of a debtor's
estate, districts are divided on this issue. In this Analysis, Leslie Treff reviews
the state of the law on the exemption of inherited IRAs under Section 522 and...
circuits are split as to whether the "subsequent new value" defense
U.S.C. § 547(c)(4) may be invoked by a creditor only when new value was
unpaid at the end of the preference period, or only so long as the debtor does