When you are calculating what it takes to make a plan feasible, you have to know how to account for the trustee’s percentage fee.
The interest rate on secured IRS claims increased to 4%, effective with cases confirmed on or after April 1, 2016.
Debtor was in a chapter 13 case but couldn’t make plan payments. Case got dismissed. Debtor files a second case within a year. How is the automatic stay affected?
You agree to the $3,500 “no-look” fee. Sometime before confirmation, you and your client part ways, and you do an agreed order of substitution with the debtor’s new attorney. Who is supposed to be paid, and how much?
Surrender of Collateral Without Delivery?: Can a debtor “surrender” collateral – and cause a secured claim to be treated as unsecured – without physically delivering the collateral to the creditor (or making the collateral available to the creditor)?
Are you still sending 341 documents to my office by email? If so, you need to start using the document portal instead, at https://documents.ch13edky.com.
The purpose of this blog is to provide timely practice tips to attorneys representing debtors and creditors in chapter 13 bankruptcy cases in the Eastern District of Kentucky. These posts represent my thoughts and opinions and do not constitute legal advice, nor should they be considered a substitute for legal research.
As the trustee in the EDKY, I reserve the right to take a contrary position in any particular case depending on the facts of that case, and I reserve the right to argue an interpretation of the law that may differ from that set forth in any post. I also reserve the right to change my mind at any time for any reason