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$181,000 for Thanksgiving Dinner?

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Would spending $181,000 for your Thanksgiving Dinner make you happier? I say no, it should do the opposite. $5.00 per person The American Farm Bureau Federation’s 34th annual survey of classic items found on the Thanksgiving Day dinner table indicates the average cost of this year’s feast for 10 is $48.91, or less than $5.00 per person. This is […]

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Ruining a Husband’s Loving Marriage with His Wife – Results in $8.8 Million Non-Dischargeable Debt

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Background North Carolina law requires the following elements for the State Court determination of liability and damages: Husband and Wife were happily married Genuine love and affection were present between the couple The wrongful and malicious acts produced and brought about the loss and alienation of love and affection Husband sued the paramour in State […]

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Debtor’s Actions Causing Motorcycle Accident Were Not Willful

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Background: 3 acquaintances  went out on a motorcycle ride together. One  rider collided into other rider. Substantial damages were sustained and complaint was filed. Judgment was won through a default judgment. Defendant filed bankruptcy. Injured party presented to the Court that it should not be discharged in bankruptcy for the following reasons:   Debtor purposely drove […]