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Tweet Following September 11, 2001, the banking industry experienced unforeseeable delays in processing checks; checks were lost at the World Trade Center; and billions of dollars of “float” was lost.  Consumers, generally did not feel the banking ramifications of 9-11, as the banking industry did.  In  response, the banking industry lobbied for changes in the […]

Tweet Question: I have a custodial account for my children in which I deposit monies on a regular basis for their college education.  Can my creditors seize those monies from my children’s accounts? Answer: A custodial account set up under the applicable state and federal law followed by your banker is protected from the claims […]

Tweet This is a brief summary and overview of (what one experienced bankruptcy attorney believes to be) the highlights of the Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention and Consumer Protection Act of 2005, better known as the 2005 Bankruptcy Reform Act.  The Bankruptcy Reform movement began eight years ago based on a detailed report on bankruptcy reform by […]

Tweet Following September 11, 2001, the banking industry experienced unforeseeable delays in processing checks; checks were lost at the World Trade Center; and billions of dollars of “float” was lost.  Consumers, generally did not feel the banking ramifications of 9-11, as the banking industry did.  In  response, the banking industry lobbied for changes in the […]

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