Chapter 7 trustee objected to exemption claimed by debtors in cash surrender values of their life insurance policies. The court sustained the objection, finding debtors' exemption of the value of contracts of life insurance policies were limited by sec. 815.18(3)(f)3.b, Wis. Stat., with respect to funding any increase in such value that took place within 24 months of filing.
County's actions in attempting to collect, post-discharge, interest on property taxes which was not paid through the chapter 13 plan was not a violation of the discharge injunction. (This decision is a court minute decision, only.)
In pre-BAPCPA case, chapter 13 debtor was not allowed to modify plan to limited payments of one half of tax refunds to only the first three years of the newly-extended plan.
Creditor’s motion to dismiss case because of debtor’s failure to provide creditor with a copy of her most recent federal income tax return was denied. The court concluded that the creditor had the ability to obtain the requested tax return by other means, including use of§ 521(g)(2), and that dismissal of case would be unduly harsh.
Above-median-income Chapter 13 debtors cannot subtract from their current monthly income secured debt payments for collateral they intend to surrender when calculating their projected disposal income.
Chapter 13 debtor was not allowed to take a deduction on Means Test for "future payments on secured claims" for surrendered residence.
Chapter 13 debtors were allowed to take a vehicle ownership expense deduction for a vehicle they owned free and clear.