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In re Michelle Georgi, Case No. 11-21642, Richard Hebel v. Debtor, Adv. No. 11-2375 (November 2011) -- Judge McGarity

Chapter 7 debtor's motion to dismiss denied. Complaint of debtor's former spouse for finding of nondischargeability under sec. 523(a)(5) and/or 523(a)(15) stated claim upon which relief could be granted, despite lack of "hold harmless" agreement in parties' marital settlement agreement.


In re Richard VanDynHoven, Case No. 10-28421, The Bank of Kaukauna v. Debtor, Adv. No. 10-2474 (November 2011) -- Judge McGarity

Bank's claim arising for IRS and Dept. of Revenue overdrafts was nondischargeable under sec. 523(a)(14) and (a)(14A) because the overdrafts were debts incurred to satisfy tax obligations that would have been nondischargeable if they had not been honored.


In re Patricia A. McClellan, Case No. 05-44803, William T. Neary, UST v. Debtor, Adv. No. 07-2141 (October 2011) -- Judge McGarity

United States Trustee's motion pursuant to Fed. R. Civ. P. 60(a) for correction of error in order denying debtor's discharge was granted.  The order improperly denying the discharge under sec. 727(a)(8), instead of section 727(a)(2), was a clerical error, not a legal error.


In re Ronald & Sandra Anderson, Case No. 11-22650 (September 2011) -- Judge McGarity

Chapter 13 debtors with no personal liability on accelerated loan on principal residence were not allowed to strip the mortgage down to the value of the real estate.


In re David & Laurie Mathe, Case No. 10-38356, Craig & Jeanne Bell v. Debtors, Adv. No. 11-2190 (September 2011) -- Judge McGarity

Summary judgment pursuant to doctrine of issue preclusion was not warranted because state court findings did not meet nondischargeability standards set forth in sections 523(a)(2)(A) and (a)(4).


In re Martin & Katherine Murray, Case No. 10-31824, M&I Marshall & Ilsley Bank v. Martin Murray v. M&S Automotive, LLC, and Shaun Buckett, Adv. No. 10-2482 (September 2011) -- Judge McGarity

Court abstained from hearing third party complaint for indemnification after plaintiff and defendant stipulated for dismissal of first party cause of action.


In re Jeff Carlson, Case No. 10-38400, Baytherm Insulation, Inc. v. Debtor, Adv. No. 10-2702 (August 2011) -- Judge McGarity

Underlying theft by contractor judgment was nondischargeable under sec. 523(a)(4).


In re Robert McCoy, et al. Case No. 11-24652 (court minutes and order only) (June 2011) -- Judge McGarity

Bankruptcy petition preparers were sanctioned for violating sec. 110.


In re Jerimiah Snyder, Case No. 10-32042 (February 2011) -- Judge McGarity

Debtor's counsel was sanctioned $500 for filing chapter 7 petition for debtor who was ineligible for discharge, for sole purpose of delaying garnishment creditor until such time as debtor was eligible for discharge.


In re John & Shellie Schomisch, Case No. 09-34022 (October 2010) -- Judge McGarity

Because law firm LLC had not been dissolved, chapter 7 debtor husband's former law firm retained liens in contingent fee contracts the debtor took with him when he left the firm.


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