Chapter 7 and 13 bankruptcy: means test – Asianjournal.com

Chapter 7 and 13 bankruptcy: means testAsianjournal.com… Is a determination that the debtor filer is not qualified, the court can either dismiss the petition or convert it into a Chapter 13 petition, upon finding that relief sought under Chapter 7 would be “abuse” under the appropriate provisions of the …and more »

From the top in brief – Lexology (registration)

From the top in briefLexology (registration)14-116, 2015 BL 129010, ___ S. Ct. ___ (May 4, 2015), the court reviewed a ruling by the First Circuit Court of Appeals that an order of a bankruptcy appellate panel affirming a bankruptcy court's denial of confirmation of a chapter 13 plan is not a …

Whose money is it? Supreme Court rules for debtor in dispute over postpetition … – Lexology (registration)

Whose money is it? Supreme Court rules for debtor in dispute over postpetition …Lexology (registration)When an individual contemplates filing for bankruptcy protection, he or she has a few options. One is to file a Chapter 7 case, and another is to file a Chapter 13 case. In a Chapter 7, all of a debtor's non-exempt assets are transferred to a …From The Top In Brief – May/June 2015Mondaq News Alerts (registration)How bankruptcy affects tax debtLaurinburg Exchangeall 8 news articles »

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