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Summary: 440 B.R. 85 (2010) In re Stephen RAMSAY, Debtor. Roberta A. DeAngelis, Acting United States Trustee, Movant v. Stephen Ramsay, Respondent. Before me is the Motion of the United States Trustee ("UST") to dismiss the chapter 7 bankruptcy case of Stephen Ramsay ("Debtor") under 11 U.S.C. § 707(b)(3). The UST argues that granting Debtor relief under chapter 7 would constitute abuse because Debtor can afford to repay a significant proportion of his unsecured debt through a chapter 13 plan. The UST more.

Summary: 47 B.R. 758 (1985) In re BLUE COAL CORPORATION, Debtor. The former were very brief and consisted principally of an allegation that the property settlement with the Durkin Group was unconscionably low in view of the finding by the United States District Court for the Middle District of Pennsylvania that James J. Durkin "intended or believed that he would incur debts beyond the Raymond Group's (of which the Bankrupts, Blue Coal Corporation and Glen Nan, Inc. were subsidiaries) ability to pay as more.

Summary: 370 B.R. 649 (2007) In re Robert Spencer LUNGER, Rachel Ann Lunger, Debtors. HSBC, a London Corporation, s/b/m/a of Household Finance Consumer Discount Company, Objector, v. Robert Spencer Lunger, Rachel Ann Lunger, Respondents.

Summary: 281 B.R. 580 (2002) In re David and Sharon COLLINS, Debtors. Statement of Facts The Debtors, David and Sharon Collins, filed a Voluntary Petition for relief under Chapter 7 of the United States Bankruptcy Code on July 13, 2000 (the "filing date") (S.O.F.¶ 1). At the time of his death, David Collins held two life insurance policies payable to his wife, Sharon Collins: ING Group in the amount of $50,172.00 and Principal Financial Group in the amount of $10,016.00 (S.O.F.¶ 4). at 510; In re Tooker, more.

Summary: 389 B.R. 400 (2008) In re Thomas LOUWERSE, Lisa Louwerse, Debtors. The Second Amended Chapter 13 Plan of the Debtors, Thomas and Lisa Louwerse, is currently before the Court for confirmation.

Summary: 45 B.R. 728 (1985) In re Alexander C. McCURDY and Joyce E. McCurdy, Debtors. ALLENTOWN SUPPLY COMPANY, t/a Asco Fuels, Penn Air & Heat, Inc. and Harry P. Creveling, Plaintiffs, v. Alexander C. McCURDY, Defendant. Creveling claims the debtor, Alexander C. McCurdy (McCurdy), should have certain debts excepted from discharge on the basis of fraud or defalcation while acting in a fiduciary capacity as an officer of plaintiff's corporations. On August 24, 1983, Creveling filed a three count more.

Summary: 463 B.R. 719 (2011) In re Barry JAMES and April James, d/b/a Prehistoric Journeys, Debtors. I. Background Barry and April James ("Debtors") operate a business[1] known as "Prehistoric Journeys" in which they prepare and mount the skeletal remains of dinosaurs and other prehistoric animals for public or private display. Barry James ("Barry") is a vertebrate paleontologist and April James ("April") has a master's degree in anthropology. Debtors met Debrovner through his wife, Norrgran, who more.

Summary: 396 B.R. 617 (2008) In re Michael John BADEN and Noel Francine Baden, Debtors. Charles J. DeHart, III, Esquire Standing Chapter 13 Trustee, Objectant, v. Michael John Baden and Noel Francine Baden, Respondents. FACTS On July 6, 2007, Michael and Noel Baden ("Debtors") filed a Voluntary Petition for relief pursuant to Chapter 13 of the Bankruptcy Code. The Debtors listed unemployment compensation received by Mr. Baden in the amount of $501.33 and unemployment compensation for Mrs. Baden in the more.

Summary: 87 B.R. 325 (1988) In re POCONO AIRLINES, INC., Debtor. OPINION AND ORDER THOMAS C. GIBBONS, Bankruptcy Judge: The debtor, Pocono Airlines, Inc. (hereinafter "Debtor") commenced this proceeding requesting this Court to vacate an earlier Order regarding the use of cash collateral entered into between the debtor and Northeastern Bank of Pennsylvania, N.A. (hereinafter "Bank"). For the reasons provided herein, we find that the Bank has properly perfected its security interest in the debtor's more.

Summary: 401 B.R. 143 (2008) In re Stephen M. FONASH, Debtor. Roberta A. DeAngelis, Acting United States Trustee, Movant v. Stephen M. Fonash, Respondent. Before me is the motion of the United States Trustee ("UST") to dismiss the bankruptcy petition of Stephen Fonash ("Debtor"). Discussion Section 707(b)(2)(A)(i) states that a bankruptcy court shall presume that a chapter 7 case is abusive if "the debtor's current monthly income reduced by the amounts determined under clauses (ii), (iii) and (iv), and more.

Summary: 29 B.R. 375 (1983) In re John T. GRANT and Margaret B. Grant t/d/b/a John T. Grant Construction Company a/k/a J.T. Grant Construction Co., Debtors. The COMMONWEALTH NATIONAL BANK, Plaintiff, v. John T. GRANT and Margaret B. Grant, and John W. Thompson, Jr., Esquire, Trustee, Defendants.

Summary: 467 B.R. 782 (2012) In re Ahmad AHMADI, and Antonella Ahmadi, Debtors. Ahmad Ahmadi, and Antonella Ahmadi, Plaintiffs v. CitiMortgage, Inc., Defendant. The *785 Motion seeks to dismiss the Amended Adversary Complaint filed by the Debtor/Plaintiffs, Ahmad and Antonella Ahmadi ("Debtors"). By stipulation, the Defendant's time to respond to the initial Complaint was extended, and prior to any response, on August 24, 2011, the Debtors filed the Amended Complaint currently before me. The Debtors' more.

Summary: 269 B.R. 336 (2001) In re Albert E. DONADIO and Stephanie L. Donadio, Debtors. Albert E. Donadio and Stephanie L. Donadio, Plaintiffs, v. Countrywide Home Loans, Inc. d/b/a America's Wholesale Lender, and Charles J. DeHart, III, Esquire, Standing Chapter 13 Trustee, as his interest may appear, Defendants. The Debtors draw the Court's attention to the language of paragraph two of the mortgage instrument which requires the Debtors to pay additional funds to the Defendant for taxes and insurance more.

Summary: 211 B.R. 170 (1997) In re Robert A. PRICE and Catherine E. Price, Debtors. Notwithstanding this conclusion, and to achieve whatever purposes the United States Trustee may have for such information, the Court, under 11 U.S.C. § 105(a), orders the Debtors, Robert A. and Catherine E. Price, to file a supplement to Schedule F identifying the various dates that claims were incurred.

Summary: 371 B.R. 63 (2006) In re MACHNE MENACHEM, INC., Debtor-in-Possession. The Debtor-in-Possession[2] has raised four primary objections to the plan including nonconformance with: 1) 11 U.S.C. § 1129(a)(16) by violating applicable New York non-profit law; 2)11 U.S.C. § 1129(a)(3) because it was not proposed in good faith; 3) 11 U.S.C. § 1129(a)(3) because confirmation would ignore and violate New York non-profit law; and 4) 11 U.S.C. § 1129(a)(11) claiming the plan is not feasible. The Bankruptcy more.

Summary: 21 B.R. 282 (1982) In re Howard L. LEWIS and Nancy L. Lewis, Howard L. Lewis, t/d/b/a Lewis Trucking and Leasing, Debtor and Plaintiff, v. John W. THOMPSON, Jr., Trustee, Defendant. John W. Thompson, Jr., York, Pa., Trustee. The trustee contends that owners of exempted property which is destroyed by a fire after a claim of exemption has been filed are not entitled to monies paid under the provisions of a fire insurance policy, even though the policy was procured by the debtors prior to the more.

Summary: 16 B.R. 435 (1982) In re E.G. HOOVER CO., INC., E.G. Hoover Co. — West, Debtor. E.G. Hoover Co. (East store) operated a store located in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania and E.G. Hoover Co. — West (West store) operated a store located in Lemoyne, Pennsylvania. Prior to the closing of the Harrisburg store, but after the Bank had loaned money on two separate notes to E.G. Hoover Co. — West, the two corporate entities merged. The obligor was set forth as "E.G. Hoover Co." However, the address set forth more.

Summary: 350 B.R. 629 (2006) In re: CORE GROUP, INC. dba The Interactive Core, Debtor, Core Group Inc., dba the interactive Core, Plaintiff v. United States Department of Treasury Internal Revenue Service, Defendant. On February 16, 2006, the Defendant filed a cross-motion for summary judgment reasserting that: 1) the United States Department of Treasury, Internal Revenue Service is not a proper party; 2) the statutory lien held by the IRS cannot be avoided; and 3) the Plaintiff failed to show that the more.

Summary: 324 B.R. 243 (2004) In re Michael J. FAILLACE, Debtor. Michael J. Faillace, Plaintiff, v. Lucy Moriarty, Executrix of the Estate of Anthony Faillace, Marie Faillace, and Charles Dehart, Trustee, Defendants. Apparently during the marriage, Michael's uncle, Anthony G. Faillace, made loans to Michael and Marie which were the subject of certain litigation brought by Anthony against Michael and Marie. DISCUSSION The parties to this proceeding include the Debtor, Michael Faillace, Marie DiFlavis, and more.