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Smith v. Capital One Bank (USA) N.A., et al. (In re Karen Smith)

(June 2015) -- Judge Kelley

Co-debtor stay applies to marital consumer debt incurred by nonfiling spouse.

Kelley v. Dahle-Fenske (In re Dahle-Fenske), 525 B.R. 912

(March 2015) -- Judge Kelley

Debt incurred was community claim but phantom discharge did not apply since creditor was not scheduled and did not have notice of deadline to file dischargeability complaint.

In re Rowell, 526 B.R. 300

(January 2015) -- Judge Kelley

Under § 707(b)(2)(D)(ii), as long as the 540-day exclusion from means testing for veterans has not expired when the petition is filed, the exclusion applies, and the debtor is exempt from the means test.

Liebzeit v. Intercity State Bank (In re Blanchard), 520 B.R. 740

(October 2014) -- Judge Kelley

Trustee could not avoid recorded mortgage on Debtors' real property where Debtors had sold property on unrecorded land contract. 

In re Thompson, 520 B.R. 713

(October 2014) -- Judge Kelley

Creditor with disallowed claim required to refund all mortgage payments made on claim; debtors' requests for attorneys' fees and return of mortgage note denied.

In re Ryan, 517 B.R. 905

(September 2014) -- Judge Kelley

In fee allowance dispute, Chapter 13 debtor's attorney bears burden of proving benefit of services to debtor, and in case that does not reach confirmation, the burden may be difficult to meet.  Also, the disclosure requirements of § 329 and Rule 2016(b) are mandatory and strictly enforced. 

Wan Ho Indus. Co., Ltd. v. Hemken (In re Hemken), 513 B.R. 344

(July 2014) -- Judge Kelley

Creditors' complaints for discharge and dischargeability denied because creditors did not carry their burden of proving that debtor acted with requisite fraudulent intent.

In re Moncree, 511 B.R. 922

(June 2014) -- Judge Kelley

Debtor not permitted to amend confirmed plan to reduce value of property and thereby reduce amount of secured creditor's claim.

In re Ingram, 508 B.R. 98

(March 2014) -- Judge Kelley

Attorneys' fees and punitive damages for stay violation denied when towing company held valid statutory lien on debtor's truck.


In re Ingram, 2014 Bankr. LEXIS 1217

(March 2014) -- Judge Kelley

Debtor's attorney forced to refund entire fee when she gave inappropriate advice to file bankruptcy when a state court action was warranted, filed inaccurate schedules and fee disclosure and failed to appear at a hearing on enforcement of the stay taking the position that her fee did not cover that hearing.


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