A plan’s declaration that disputed property belongs to the debtor’s estate must be challenged before confirmation becomes final.
First Amendment doesn’t compel deduction of religious contributions in finding an ‘undue hardship’ justifying the discharge of student loans.
A chapter 13 plan that improperly modifies a home mortgage remains binding unless the lender has objected to confirmation.
‘No objectively reasonable basis’ is the high court standard to find civil contempt for violating the discharge injunction.
Egregious behavior doesn’t always result in nondischargeability for willful and malicious injury.
Finding ‘undue hardship’ held not to require discharging all student loan debt.
The Ninth Circuit BAP follows Kelley, even though the panel implies that the Supreme Court tortured the language in Section 523(a)(7).