A monthly expense dedicated to regular and documented charitable giving or tithing is an allowed expense under the US Bankruptcy Code.
The effects of this allowance will vary depending on whether your are filing Chapter 7 or Chapter 13, and, depending upon the size of the expense, you may encounter skepticism from US Trustees or Chapter 13 Trustees in the bankruptcy process.
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Gifts or transfers made in the 2 years prior to filing a Chapter 7 bankruptcy can be extremely problematic, even if made with no intention to defraud anybody and with no idea in mind that you would be filing for bankruptcy in the future.
To learn more, read our full blog post here on gifts in Michigan bankruptcy and what the impact may be upon your filing—and upon your friends and family-members.
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