Ethical Dilemmas in Consumer Practice and How to Handle Them: Where Do You Draw the Line?
Bankruptcy for the Deceased: Procedural Nubbins
A Deceased Chapter 13 Debtor Can Still Obtain a Discharge, Judge Parker Says
Death is a reason for waiving the requirement for completing a financial management course.
Deceased Chapter 13 Debtor Excused from Taking Financial Management Course
Courts are split on whether the estate of a deceased chapter 13 debtor can receive a discharge if the debtor had not completed a financial management course.
The Ethics of the Vulnerable Client Population in Bankruptcy
An Interest in Property as JTWROS Drops Out of the Estate on Death of the Debtor
JTWROS ownership confers benefits and disadvantages in bankruptcy, too.