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Removing a Beneficiary of a Revocable Trust Isn’t a Fraudulent Transfer

An expectancy interest in a trust isn’t “property” to underlay a fraudulent transfer suit.

‘Lifetime’ Club Memberships May Not Survive Bankruptcy

Before paying up front for a lifetime club membership, read the fine print and consult a lawyer.

Split Widens on Trustee’s Ability to Use the IRS’s Longer Statute of Limitations

North Carolina Judge disagrees with the Fifth Circuit on extending the statute of limitations to 10 years under Section 544(b)(1).

Houston Judge Rejects Tenth Circuit Opinion Immunizing Subsequent Transferees

Proceeds from fraudulently transferred property can be recovered from subsequent transferees, Judge Rodriguez says, differing with the Tenth Circuit’s Generation Resources opinion.

Disclosing a Lawsuit Only in the SOFA Won’t Result in Abandonment, BAP Says

Disclosing a lawsuit in the SOFA and discussing the suit with the trustee is no substitute for listing the suit among a debtor’s assets, the Ninth Circuit BAP says.
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Two-Year Statute for Avoidance Actions Doesn’t Apply to Claim Objections

Even if the two-year statute of limitations for avoidance actions has run, the trustee can still strip away the lender’s secured status in a claim objection.

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