Surgeon Dies in Bankruptcy Leaving Probate Quagmire

Surgeon Dies in Bankruptcy Leaving Probate Quagmire
30 — The wife of a famous surgeon was left with a fraction of the family probate allowance she would have been entitled to under Texas law after her husband fled to Florida, filed for bankruptcy, and subsequently died under bizarre circumstances. In a …
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That's The Spirit
There are inconveniences, the (English) common law, which in the UK has been displaced by the Insolvency Act 1986 and its rules, continues to be the prime source for guidance in the Isle of Man. As Professor Fletcher said in the context of cross-border …
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Flexible Venue Rules Play Important Role in Multimillion-Dollar Bankruptcy Filings
While many of us were enjoying some August beach time, Judge Russell F. Nelms of the United States Bankruptcy Court in Fort Worth decided to use a ruling in a local case as a chance to drop a bombshell on the restructuring community.
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