Deducting a loan to a child from her inheritance wasn’t a violation of the discharge injunction.
Bankruptcy court evicted a debtor from his residence because he didn’t qualify for the Covid-19 moratoria.
A lawyer queasy about a client’s decision to assume a lease can’t invoke the court’s scrutiny by making an application to reaffirm the debt under Section 524(c), Judge Hursh says.
Are the lower courts out of step with the Supreme Court when it comes to enforcement of arbitration of disputes in bankruptcy court?
Chapter 11 can’t modify a nondebtor’s guarantee of a debtor’s obligations, absent consent from the lender.
The Ninth Circuit BAP says there must be knowledge of the discharge order to find contempt, even when the debtor continues the same conduct that violated the automatic stay.
Where the courts are split, Idaho judge sides with the Tenth Circuit BAP and allows a chapter 13 debtor to retain post-petition appreciation in the value of a homestead following conversion to chapter 7.
Section 326(b) could have been (incorrectly) read to mean that non-standing subchapter V trustees are not entitled to compensation.
California judge disagrees with a Texas judge and rules that creditors of a solvent debtor are not entitled to the higher state judgment rate or the higher contract rate.
Expanding on dicta in Bellingham, the district court in Arizona finds no power to enter a final order in a preference suit against a defendant who did not consent to a final order in bankruptcy court.