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Creditor’s claims based on settlement reduced

Where the debtor previously entered into a settlement agreement with a creditor, certain of his obligations under that agreement were non-dischargeable, but late charges, travel expenses and a life insurance policy claim were disallowed. Background Debtor Lee Andrew Hilgartner appeals ...

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‘Small business debtor’ can’t discharge $4.7M judgment

Where the Bankruptcy Code provides that small business debtors are not entitled to discharge certain categories of debt, including debts “for willful and malicious injury by the debtor to another entity or to the property of another entity,” a debtor ...

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