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Marcadis Singer, PA
Florida Debt Collection Attorneys & Creditors’ Rights.
History of Fraudulent Conveyance Laws in the United States Part 1 In the United States, two sets of laws govern fraudulent conveyances or transfers. The first set of laws being the Uniform Fraudulent Transfer Act ("UFTA") that has been embraced by all but a handful of...
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On one side, it seems counter-intuitive - an economy that is falling - people out of work - all due to a global pandemic. One might assume that means people are going to be maxing out their credit cards in order to cover day to day living needs. On the other side -...
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Badges of Fraud Proof of actual intent is rarely available to financial institutions because it would need proof of somebody's inner thoughts and intentions. Due to the fact that financial institutions often have to depend on circumstantial proof of fraud, to prove...
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Actual Transfers Most people are familiar with the simple example of a deliberate fraudulent Conveyance. This type of transfer of property is made by a debtor with the intent to defraud, hinder, or delay his or her creditors. In other words, actual transfers generally...