Filing a proof of claim would have precluded a jury trial in a fraudulent transfer suit.
A chapter 13 plan is in good faith even if retirement plan contributions are 10 times more than payments to creditors.
Eleventh Circuit inveighs against harming innocent creditors by invoking judicial estoppel.
A transfer of fully encumbered property isn’t a ‘transfer’ under UFTA, Georgia judge holds.
Decisions to surrender aren’t made in ‘perpetuity,’ Judge Isicoff holds.
Courts split on inclusion of life insurance proceeds in a chapter 13 estate.
Eleventh Circuit relies on the ‘evolution’ of Section 707(b) to proscribe an evasion of the means test.
Eleventh Circuit goes ‘objective’ while Fifth Circuit remains ‘subjective’ on value for constructive fraudulent transfers.
One Georgia judge disagrees with another over a chapter 13 confirmation objection.
Lender assessed the costs of chapter 11 for causing an unnecessary bankruptcy.