Category Archives: Fraudulent Transfers

Reversing Fraudulent Transfers Before Filing Bankruptcy in San Jose

Several weeks ago I posted a piece on this blog outlining what constitutes a “fraudulent transfer” prior to filing bankruptcy and the disastrous consequences such transfers create for the debtor in bankruptcy. Most commonly in the consumer bankruptcy context, a fraudulent transfer occurs when, prior to filing bankruptcy, one transfers an asset to someone else […]

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Why You Should Never Give Away Assets Before Filing Bankruptcy

My firm offers hundreds of free bankruptcy consultations in San Jose every year, and in doing so, we’ve seen just about everything. When I review a potential bankruptcy case and the topic turns to what assets the debtor has, I’ve lost count how many times I’ve been asked, “can’t I just give this car to […]

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