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Summary: 189 B.R. 206 (1994) In re Raymond JACKSON, Rogers Mae Jackson, Debtors. *207 *208 Raymond and Rogers Jackson, pro se. Debtors Raymond and Rogers Mae Jackson filed this bankruptcy case on February 7, 1990. The first objection was filed on May 16, 1994, The Internal Revenue Service responded on June 15, 1994, by a written Answer to Debtors' Motion. Debtors then supplemented their original objection with numerous pleading: first, on June 23, 1994, debtors filed "Debtors' Objections to Creditor's more.

Summary: 212 B.R. 680 (1997) In re Kathy Lorraine JONES, Debtor. Kathy Lorraine JONES, Plaintiff, v. UNITED STATES of America, Margaret M. Richardson, John D. Johnson, Richard F. Moran, and Robert Rubin, Defendants. [1] The violation transpired when the Internal Revenue Service offset the debtor's 1995 income tax refund against the debtor's income tax liability for 1990, 1991, and 1992. [2] In May 1996, the Service applied the refund to the debtor's tax liability for 1990, 1991, and 1992 and remitted more.

Summary: 355 B.R. 856 (2006) In re Justin Renodo THICKLIN, Debtor. Those debtors whose annualized current monthly income is below the median family income may deduct reasonable, necessary expenses for: (A)(i) for the maintenance or support of the debtor or a dependent of the debtor, or for a domestic support obligation, that first becomes payable after the date the petition is filed; and (ii) for charitable contributions (that meet the definition of`charitable contribution' *859 under section 548(d)(3)) more.

Summary: 296 B.R. 46 (2003) In re Barbara SMITH, Debtor. Barbara Smith, Plaintiff, v. Homes Today, Inc., Steve Stutts, Royal Park Estates, and Richard Dale Massey, Defendants. Plaintiff Barbara Smith ("Smith") was present in person and by counsel Charles M. Ingrum. For the reasons set forth below, judgment is entered in favor of Plaintiff Barbara Smith and against Homes Today in the amount of $58,183.91, plus costs. I. FINDINGS OF FACT Smith purchased her mobile home from Defendant Homes Today on more.

Summary: 91 B.R. 129 (1988) In re Eddie BULGER, Minnie Bulger, Debtors. United States Bankruptcy Court, M.D. Alabama, E.D. July 1, 1988. Opinion on Motion to Avoid Security Interest July 19, 1988. In accordance with an opinion to be entered in this case in this matter, the court finds that the creditor, Rice Acceptance Company, has a security interest in a 1965 International truck, Model 1200, of the debtor, which is the kind of property (see 11 U.S.C. § 522(f)(2)(A)(B) and (C)) on which such a lien may more.

Summary: 325 B.R. 17 (2005) In re Paul M. BARRON, Debtor. Green Tree-AL, L.L.C. (hereinafter "Green Tree") filed a motion on December 27, 2004 to reconsider an order entered in the chapter 13 case of Paul M. Barron (hereinafter "debtor") dated December 21, 2004 (Doc. The order conditionally terminated the automatic stay to permit Green Tree to enforce its lien on the debtor's mobile home if the debtor failed to provide proof of insurance by December 23, 2004 or to maintain insurance coverage thereafter. more.

Summary: 349 B.R. 297 (2006) In re Raymond G. SHORTSLEEVE and Cynthia D. Shortsleeve, Debtors. Cynthia D. Shortsleeve, Plaintiff, v. Centurytel of Alabama, LLC, and Robinson, Reagan & Young, PLLC, Defendants. Procedural Background The plaintiff, Cynthia D. Shortsleeve ("Shortsleeve") originally filed this complaint on May 8, 2006 against Centurytel of Alabama, LLC ("Centurytel") and Robinson, Reagan & Young ("RR & Y").[2] Later, on July 27, 2006, Shortsleeve filed an amended complaint against the same more.

Summary: 10 B.R. 418 (1981) In re Harvey L. ABERNATHY, Sr., Individually and d/b/a Abernathy Dental Lab, Debtor. The FARMERS NATIONAL BANK OF OPELIKA, Alabama, a national banking association and Pearl S. McCarroll, Plaintiffs, v. Harvey L. ABERNATHY, Sr., Individually and d/b/a Abernathy Dental Lab, Defendant.

Summary: 297 B.R. 810 (2003) In re Lisa ETHERIDGE, Debtor. Checkcare Systems ("Checkcare") filed an objection to confirmation of the debtor's proposed chapter 13 plan. Checkcare asserts that (1) the debtor has not devoted all of her disposable income to fund the plan, (2) the plan has not been proposed in good faith, and (3) the plan unfairly discriminates against Checkcare and other unsecured creditors. [7] "Under the disposable income test, the bankruptcy court is to subtract the debtor's budgeted more.

Summary: 305 B.R. 918 (2002) In re Gerald Joseph FONDREN, Debtor. The debtor, Gerald Joseph Fondren, filed a complaint under 11 U.S.C. § 523(a)(1) to determine the dischargeability of his income tax liability to the United States for years 1996 and 1997.

Summary: 332 B.R. 630 (2005) In re TERRY MANUFACTURING COMPANY, INC., Debtor. In re Terry Uniform Company, LLC, Debtor. Appellant Bonifay Manufacturing, Inc. challenges a decision of the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Middle District of Alabama, holding that payments received by Bonifay from Terry Manufacturing Company, Inc. were preferential under 11 U.S.C.A. § 547(b) and could be avoided by J. Lester Alexander, III, the trustee of Terry's bankruptcy. FACTUAL BACKGROUND Bonifay, a sewing more.

Summary: 314 B.R. 228 (2004) In re John Frank McLANEY, Robin P. McLaney, Debtors. John Frank McLaney and Robin P. McLaney, Plaintiffs, v. Kentucky Higher Education Assistance Authority, Defendant. John Frank and Robin P. McLaney filed a complaint on October 21, 2003 to determine the dischargeability of their student loan debts to Kentucky Higher Education Assistance Authority ("KHEAA").Findings of Fact John Frank McLaney earned a bachelors degree in computer information systems from Troy State more.

Summary: 131 B.R. 188 (1991) In re Tom Powell READ, Debtor. Creditor AmSouth Bank, N.A. objected to confirmation of the debtor's proposed Chapter 13 plan and moved for relief from the automatic stay imposed by 11 U.S.C. § 362(a) to file an eviction action against the debtor in state court.

Summary: 298 B.R. 897 (2003) In re Christine E. HARRIS, Debtor. Christine Harris, Plaintiff, v. Citigroup Inc., Citifinancial Company, Citifinancial Inc., Citifinancial Alabama, Inc., Associates First Capital Corporation, Associates Corporation of North America, Associates Financial Services Company, Inc., Associates Financial Services Company of Alabama, Inc., Citifinancial Corporation, LLC, C & W Heating & Cooling, Inc., Allen Jackson, Patt Riggins, Dina Faulk, et al., Defendants. *898 James E. Walker, more.

Summary: 275 B.R. 625 (2002) In re Robert E. DENT, Debtor. This Chapter 13 case came before the Court for hearing on March 6, 2002, upon the Debtor's Motion for Order Requiring Return of Property (Doc. 8), and the Court's order for the Debtor's attorney to show cause why sanctions should not be imposed for bad faith filing of Chapter 13 petition and statement of financial affairs. 9) Debtor Robert E. Dent appeared in person and by counsel Richard R. Klemm. Dent filed the instant case on January 11, 2002, more.

Summary: 244 B.R. 474 (2000) In re Gerald McLAUGHLIN, Carole McLaughlin, Debtors. This case came before the Court upon Debtor Carole McLaughlin's Motion for Rehearing (Doc. I. FACTS On February 9, 1998 Gerald and Carole McLaughlin filed a joint petition pursuant to Chapter 7 of the Bankruptcy Code, initiating this case. *476 In this case, the Chapter 7 bankruptcy estates of Gerald and Carole McLaughlin were jointly administered but not consolidated. That is, all of the debts were owed jointly by both more.

Summary: 174 B.R. 328 (1993) In re Leila Kay BOZEMAN, Debtor. On March 15, 1993, Secor, the mortgage holder, filed a motion for relief from stay to foreclose on certain property which it now appears was not property of James D. Bozeman, but of his wife Leila Kay Bozeman.

Summary: 291 B.R. 189 (2003) In re Mary E. THOMAS, Debtor. This Chapter 13 case came before the Court for hearing on August 7, 2002, upon the Trustee's motion styled "Trustee's Motion for Instructions or in the alternative to Modify Debtor's Plan." At the hearing counsel for the Debtor requested time to produce documentation in support of the Debtor's position. For the reasons set forth below, the Court GRANTS the Trustee's motion to modify and ORDERS that the Debtor's Plan is modified to provide that more.

Summary: 307 B.R. 270 (2002) In re James K. PEAGLER, Debtor. The matters before the court are the objections of Checkcare Systems and the chapter 13 trustee to the confirmation of the debtor's chapter 13 plan. Checkcare Systems contends that there is equity in the debtor's home, over and above the consensual mortgage and the homestead exemption, and that its judgment claim attaches to that equity thereby securing the claim. [1] Thomas first appraised the debtor's residence in February 2000 in more.