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Summary: 27 B.R. 452 (1983) In re Peter Frank SHAVER, Debtor. Nancy H. SHAVER, Plaintiff, v. Peter F. SHAVER, Defendant. DISCUSSION Section 523(a)(5) of the Code provides that "a discharge under section 727 . . . does not discharge an individual debtor from any debt . . . to a spouse, former spouse, or child of the debtor, for alimony to, maintenance for, or support of such spouse or child, in connection with a . . . divorce decree, or property settlement agreement 11 U.S.C. § 523(a)(5).

Summary: 203 B.R. 463 (1996) In re Ronald L. NORRIS and Beverly Jean Norris, a/k/a Jeanne Norris, Debtors. On March 29, 1996, the debtors, Ronald and Beverly Norris, filed a Chapter 7 bankruptcy petition. On the day of the bankruptcy filing, debtor Ronald Norris's wages in the amount of $2,275.28 were deposited directly into his checking account at his bank.He contends that once Ronald Norris' wages were deposited into his checking account, those funds became commingled with property of the estate and more.

Summary: 312 B.R. 681 (2004) In re Barclay DAVIS, Loretta Davis, Debtors. James F. Lisowski, Chapter 7 Panel Trustee, Plaintiff, v. Barclay Davis, etc., Loretta Davis, etc., Defendants. Barclay and Loretta Davis, Pro Se. Finally, because Counterclaimants (the "Debtors") are acting pro se, the Court is required to construe the Debtors' allegations liberally and to give the Debtors the benefit of any doubt. DISCUSSION A. INTRODUCTION The Court takes judicial notice of the procedural history of this more.

Summary: 78 B.R. 281 (1987) In re ALL STAR SPORTS, INC., Debtor. The Debtor corporation, All Star Sports, Inc., filed a petition for relief under Chapter 11 of the Bankruptcy Code on February 8, 1984. On November 10, 1986 Gilbert Manderscheid, an officer of the Debtor, filed a proof of claim against the estate in the amount of $14,220 representing taxes accruing post-petition that he paid to the IRS and the Nevada Department of Taxation on behalf of the Debtor. In re Hotel Nevada Corp., 75 B.R. 174, more.

Summary: 48 B.R. 916 (1985) In re Todd W. LINKLATER, Debtor. BOND'S JEWELERS, INC., doing business as Gordon's Jewelers, Plaintiff, v. Todd W. LINKLATER, Defendant. Plaintiff, Bond's Jewelers, Inc. (Bond), brought this adversary proceeding against the debtor, Todd W. Linklater, to determine the dischargeability of a debt under 11 U.S.C. § 523(a)(6) (Bankruptcy Code). The debtor contends that the purchase money security interest in the goods purchased on May 10 was lost when the respective contracts were more.

Summary: 367 B.R. 207 (2007) In re NATIONAL AUDIT DEFENSE NETWORK, Debtor. William A. Leonard, Jr., Chapter 7 Trustee, Plaintiff, v. Alan Rodriguez, also known as Alan Rodrigues; Alan II, Inc.; R and R Financial, Inc.; Diamond Marketing, Ltd.; M.J. Sales, Inc.; and Elite Solutions USA, Inc., Defendants. William A. Leonard, Jr., Chapter 7 Trustee, Plaintiff, v. Alan Rodriguez, also known as Alan Rodrigues; Alan II, Inc.; R and R Financial Inc.; Diamond Marketing, Ltd.; M.J. Sales, Inc.; and Elite more.

Summary: 75 B.R. 37 (1987) In re 268 LIMITED, a Nevada Limited Partnership, Debtor. In re 268 Limited, 789 F.2d 674 (9th Cir.1986). FACTS The Debtor, 268 Limited ("Debtor"), a Nevada limited partnership, purchased an apartment complex from Joseph F. Sanson Investment Company ("Sanson"). This Court determined, Judge Lloyd D. George sitting, that fees sought under section 506(b) should be limited to an amount that was reasonable under the circumstances and awarded Sanson $20,000. See 268 Limited, 789 F.2d more.

Summary: 332 B.R. 417 (2005) In re PURCHASEPRO.COM, INC., a Nevada Corporation, Debtor. Todd Lehtonen, as Trustee of the Liquidating Trust, Plaintiff, v. Time Warner, Inc., a Delaware Corporation, Defendant. In particular, three of PPLT's claims for relief seek recovery based upon Nevada's version of the Uniform Fraudulent Transfer Act ("UFTA") based upon the circumstances surrounding the cancellation of a warrant dated March 15, 2000 (the "Original Warrant"), and the immediate more.

Summary: 1 B.R. 103 (1979) In the Matter of Charles M. KOVACS, Bankrupt. Karin HUFFER, a/k/a Karin Kovacs, Plaintiff, v. Charles M. KOVACS, Defendant. After listening to the testimony given by both Mr. and Mrs. Kovacs, however, the Court is thoroughly convinced that Mr. Kaywood and Mr. Kovacs in no way conspired to keep these funds from the business supervision of Mrs. Kovacs. That Mrs. Kovacs was never overly pleased with this arrangement, and that it was an exercise in poor business judgment on Mr. more.

Summary: 391 B.R. 84 (2006) In re ASTON-NEVADA LIMITED PARTNERSHIP, Debtor. I. Summary of Case Aston-Nevada Limited Partnership, the debtor in this case; had one asset: a 1999 Porsche 911. After much wrangling between SSB and Rogers over Rogers' repayment of his debt to SSB, the bank filed a lawsuit in state court against Rogers and Aston-Nevada. On July 30, 2004, the Friday before the state court hearing, Rogers caused Aston-Nevada to file a chapter 11 petition, essentially staying the Monday hearing more.

Summary: 106 B.R. 233 (1989) In re Dale Stephen KOOKER, Debtor. However, the Debtor contends that under § 1322(b) the plan need not require interest to be paid when the arrearages cured are on a debtor's residence. Sections 1322(b)(2) and 1322(b)(5) provide: Subject to subsections (a) and (c) of this section, the plan may — * * * * * * (2) modify the rights of the holders of secured claims, other than a claim secured only by a security interest in real property that is the debtor's principal residence, more.

Summary: 202 B.R. 305 (1996) In re Fred LOWENSCHUSS, Debtor. Alan R. Smith, Reno, NV, for debtor Fred Lowenschuss. The Remand Order vacated the bankruptcy court's order of July 21, 1993 ("Exclusion Order") regarding the exclusion of the Fred Lowenschuss Associates Attorney at Law Pension and Profit Sharing Plan ("Pension Plan") from the estate of the debtor. Debtor Fred Lowenschuss ("Lowenschuss") appeared personally and through his attorney Alan Smith, Esq. of Smith & Cope. FACTUAL BACKGROUND[1] The more.

Summary: 6 B.R. 265 (1980) In the Matter of Fred L. STANFIELD, an individual, and Fred L. Stanfield Construction Co., a partnership, Debtors. FRED L. STANFIELD CONSTRUCTION CO., Plaintiff, v. STEARNS CORPORATION OF NEVADA, a Nevada Corporation; Truckee Meadows Development Co., a Nevada limited partnership; Phillip A. Stearns, individually; Black and White, a corporation; Red and White, a partnership; and Doe's I-V; Defendants. Plaintiff's complaint is against the owner of property, Truckee Meadows more.

Summary: 200 B.R. 682 (1996) In re Dolora Faye SULLIVAN, Debtor. *683 Lawrence L. Lozensky, Zephyr Cove, NV, for Debtor Dolora Faye Sullivan. The Court, after reviewing and considering the Trustee's Objection to Debtor's Claim of Exemption and Request for Turnover of Rental Income, the Opposition filed by the Debtor, the testimony, demeanor and credibility of the Debtor and her former husband, and argument of counsel and after stating its findings of fact and conclusions of law orally on the record more.

Summary: 273 B.R. 633 (2001) In re LONGMORE, Ruben G., Jr. and Jean G. No. The Debtors further state in their Opposition that Jean Longmore is disabled and that the 1993 Ford Bronco which they seek to exempt came equipped with certain features such as lumbar support which provide her with enhanced mobility.

Summary: 275 B.R. 902 (2002) In re PEGASUS GOLD CORPORATION, Debtor. Harrison J. Goldin, in his capacity as Liquidating Trustee for the Pegasus Gold Corporation Liquidating Trust, and Reclamation Services Corporation, Plaintiffs, v. March 29, 2002. I. PROCEDURAL HISTORY The State of Montana, State of Montana Department of Environmental Quality, State of Montana Department of Administration, Risk Management Division, the Attorney General of the State of Montana ("Montana Defendants"), and Spectrum more.

Summary: 354 B.R. 284 (2006) In re Robert & Odette VIRISSIMO, Debtor. *285 *286 *287 *288 Mark B. Segal, Las Vegas, NV, for Debtor. *289 Lisowski, through his law firm Lisowski Law Firm, Chtd., filed a motion to appoint his firm as the trustee's counsel on June 15, 2005, which the court granted. In re Garcia, 335 B.R. 717 (9th Cir. [4] The statutory duties of the trustee under 11 U.S.C. § 704[5] are to: (1) collect and reduce to money the property of the estate for which such trustee serves, and close more.

Summary: 359 B.R. 290 (2007) In re Donald SLUSHER, Debtor. I. Introduction Donald Slusher, a carpenter, filed for chapter 13 bankruptcy protection on March 17, 2006. [6] In particular, the trustee raises the following questions: • whether "projected disposable income" as used in Section 1325(b)(1)(B) is the same as "disposable income" as defined in Section 1325(b)(2) & (3) for an above-median debtor such as Mr. Slusher; • whether the term "applicable commitment period," as used in Section 1325(b)(4), more.