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Connecticut Joins New York on Fraudulent Transfers for Children’s Tuition

Student’s entitlement to a refund determines whether a parent’s tuition payments are constructively fraudulent transfers.

The Emily Litella Principle Governs the Withdrawal of Proofs of Claim

Withdrawing a proof of claim will not divest the bankruptcy court of jurisdiction to try an avoidance action without a jury, Judge Bernstein says.

Texas Law Has Fraudulent Transfer Liability When the Bankruptcy Code Doesn’t

Fifth Circuit rules that the Texas UFTA doesn’t have a ‘futility defense’ when a transferee is on inquiry notice regarding receipt of a fraudulent transfer.
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Tuition Payments for Adult Children Squarely Held to Be Constructively Fraudulent

New York judge allows insolvent parents to pay for a minor child’s expensive education.

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