What is considered bankruptcy fraud?

Answer Millions of bankruptcy cases are filed every year in the United States. With more and more individuals and companies declaring trouble in repaying their debts, the number of fraudulent bankruptcy c... Read More »

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What is bankruptcy fraud?

The bankruptcy process was designed to help debtors who've become overwhelmed by their debt. Some debtors use the system fairly and accurately. Other debtors illegally use the bankruptcy process an... Read More »

What Is Considered Medicaid Fraud?

Medicaid fraud is a serious offense. There are a variety of ways that a medical provider can be caught up in Medicaid fraud. Some of these examples take advantage of the government and some take ad... Read More »

What is the statute of limitations on bankruptcy fraud?

Bankruptcy fraud is a serious offense. A person accused of bankruptcy fraud faces both civil sanctions and criminal penalties. The U.S. Bankruptcy Code and related federal laws limit the time frame... Read More »

What percentage of bankruptcy cases involve fraud?

The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) estimates that about 10 percent of all bankruptcy cases involve bankruptcy fraud. There are several common frauds: hiding property, filing multiple times, trustee... Read More »