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Summary: 227 B.R. 704 (1998) In re Brent E. JONES and Helen M. Jones, Debtors. Ms. Foltz prepared the bankruptcy petition filed by Brent E. Jones and Helen M. Jones (the "Debtors") in the instant bankruptcy case.

Summary: 17 B.R. 78 (1981) In re W. Michael JONSON, Debtor. Plaintiff, Trustees of Indiana University, prays that this court deny confirmation of debtor, W. Michael Jonson's, amended Chapter 13 plan, filed September 28, 1981. A hearing was held in this matter, subsequent to which, plaintiff, through counsel, filed a Memorandum Of Law In Support Of Objection To The Confirmation Of Debtor's Chapter 13 Plan, and debtor, through counsel, filed a Response To Objection Of Indiana University Trustees.

Summary: 213 B.R. 725 (1997) In re THOMPSON DESIGNS, INC., d/b/a Pinnacle Homes, Debtor. THOMPSON DESIGNS, INC., d/b/a Pinnacle Homes, Plaintiff, v. TREASURER OF HAMILTON COUNTY, Landmark Savings Bank, FSB, Pierce Drywall Plastering, Inc., Robert Glass & Services, Inc., Trimmasters, Inc., Greg Spindell, Williams Comfort Air, Inc., Goshert's Insulation Co., Canac Cabinetry Kitchen & Home Design Center by Charles Maranto, Savvy Decor by Linda Mordoh, Mees Tile & Marble, Bei, Inc., Sanders Building & more.

Summary: 318 B.R. 482 (2004) EDUCATIONAL CREDIT MANAGEMENT CORPORATION, et al., Plaintiff, v. David A. BARNES and Nancy K. Barnes, Defendants. [1] Plaintiff, Educational Credit Management Corporation ("ECMC"), sought the withdrawal of reference in light of the Chapter 13 Trustee's ("Trustee") objection to its proof of claim, filed in connection with the bankruptcy of defendants, David and Nancy Barnes, which included a constitutional challenge to 34 C.F.R. § 682.410(b)(2). BACKGROUND The debtors ( more.

Summary: 165 B.R. 35 (1994) In re Ivo Thomas ELMORE, Debtor. Ivo Thomas ELMORE, Plaintiff, v. UNITED STATES of America, Defendant. The Debtor/Plaintiff's Response to United States' Motion for Summary Judgment and Debtor/Plaintiff's Cross Motion for Summary Judgment was filed on December 22, 1993.

Summary: 427 B.R. 123 (2010) In re Brian Keith SCOTT and Michelle Dawn Scott, Debtors. March 11, 2010. Findings of Fact On or about September 22, 2008, Debtors purchased a 2008 Chrysler Town & Country (the "Vehicle") from Dellen Chrysler-Dodge-Jeep pursuant to a retail installment contract (the "Contract") under which Chrysler, as Dellen's assignee, was granted a lien on the Vehicle. Per the terms of the Contract, Chrysler's lien was then noted on the certificate of title issued by the State of Indiana more.

Summary: 431 B.R. 446 (2010) In re Bradley William SHIELDS, Amanda Shay Shields Debtors. In their statement of financial affairs, the Debtors in question 4 listed Citifinancial's pre petition lawsuit in the nature of "civil collection" against the Debtors pending in the Monroe Circuit Court (the "State Court"). Because the Debtors' chapter 13 plan had not been confirmed, the Chapter 13 Trustee (the "Trustee") was holding $3297.26 (the "Funds") which had been paid by the Debtors into their plan. In re more.

Summary: 207 B.R. 604 (1997) In re Richard O. LUNDEEN, D.P.M., Debtor. The Debtor, Richard O. Lundeen, obtained his license for the practice of podiatric medicine in the State of Indiana in 1977. Under the terms of the Settlement Agreement, the parties agreed: a) that the Debtor would relinquish exclusive possession of the Westview Clinic to Podiatry; b) that the Debtor would relinquish to Podiatry the telephone number of the Westview Clinic; c) that the Debtor would restrict his practice for one year more.

Summary: 51 B.R. 258 (1984) In re PRECISION MASTERS, INC., Debtor. Mr. Rolf Klebe, controller of Precision Masters, testified that during the period of the alleged preferential transfers, Precision Masters had no net equity, that the corporation had never made a profit and that the corporation was in dire need of additional financing in order to survive. In a letter by the president of Precision Masters dated December 23, 1982, to Wilson-Garner, it was requested that Precision Masters' Purchase Order more.

Summary: 227 B.R. 846 (1998) In re Richard L. PERK, Debtor. Richard L. Perk, Carmel, IN, for defendant/debtor pro se. Richard L. Perk (the "Debtor") filed a response to the Motion for Summary Judgment ("Response") on December 9, 1997. In the Financial Statement, the Debtor asserted that he had a net worth of $1,713,630, and that he owned the following properties: Cash on hand and in banks 73,000 Accounts receivable 52,300 Listed securities 236,224 Unlisted more.

Summary: 69 B.R. 471 (1987) In re WABASH VALLEY POWER ASSOCIATION, INC., Debtor. Wabash Valley Power Association ("WVPA") filed a memorandum in support of ADT's application on November 17, 1986. Those projects included WVPA's 17% stake in the failed Marble Hill nuclear power plant, aptly described by WVPA's counsel as a "fiasco." The Court's Power to Award Interim Fees REA has objected to the award of interim fees because it contends such fees would be paid out of its collateral or the proceeds thereof. more.

Summary: 71 B.R. 92 (1987) In re HUGHES & ASSOCIATES INSURANCE AGENCY, INC., Debtor. Hughes and Associates Insurance Agency, Inc. ("Hughes"), engaged in the business of selling several insurers' insurance policies. On October 1, 1973, Hughes executed an "Agency Agreement ("Agreement")" with General Accident Insurance Fire and Life Assurance Corporation, Ltd. ("Defendant"), and two other insurers. [Hughes] is authorized . . . to solicit and submit [insurance] applications; to issue and deliver policies . more.

Summary: 51 B.R. 244 (1983) In re David MAXWELL and Sandra Maxwell, Debtors. Nathan GOLDSTEIN and Bonnie Goldstein, Plaintiffs, v. David MAXWELL and Sandra Maxwell, Defendants. In response to plaintiffs' motion debtor/defendants, David Maxwell and Sandra Maxwell, have filed a Motion in Opposition with accompanying affidavit and memorandum in support.

Summary: 227 B.R. 719 (1998) In re William S. CARSON, Debtor. William S. Carson (the "Debtor") filed a petition under Chapter 13 on March 27, 1998. On June 8, 1998, the Debtor filed a second amended plan (the "Plan"), in which the Debtor proposes to pay Chrysler Financial the fair market value of the Truck, plus 8% *721 interest.[2] Chrysler Financial has objected to the 8% interest rate that the Debtor proposes to pay, arguing that the Debtor should pay the 10% rate that is standard for the Southern more.

Summary: 455 B.R. 694 (2011) In re KENTUCKIANA MEDICAL CENTER LLC, Debtor. Kentuckiana Medical Center LLC, First Tennessee Bank, N.A., Plaintiffs, v. *695 Charity B. Neukomm, David M. Cantor, Neil C. Bordy, Tyler R. Yeager, Seiller Waterman LLC, Louisville, KY, for Debtor and Plaintiffs. This adversary proceeding was initiated by the filing of a Complaint for Declaratory Relief on April 1, 2011, wherein the Plaintiff, Kentuckiana Medical Center LLC ["KMC"] seeks to declare that three leases ["Leases"] more.

Summary: 302 B.R. 601 (2003) In re Natasha Marie WAMPLER, Debtor. This matter comes before the Court on Debtor Natasha Marie Wampler's Motion *603 to Convert to which Richard L. Darst, Jr., Chapter 7 Trustee (the "Trustee"), objected. See e.g., In re Brown, 293 B.R. 865, 870 (Bankr.W.D.Mich.2003); In re Ponzini, 277 B.R. 399, 405 (Bankr.E.D.Ark.2002); In re Thornton, 203 B.R. 648, 652 (Bankr.S.D.Ohio 1996); In re Porras, 188 B.R. 375, 379 (Bankr.W.D.Tex.1995). BAP 1999) (evidence of "bad faith" or " more.

Summary: 344 B.R. 899 (2006) In re Gregory Arlen THOMPSON, Suzanne Annette Thompson, Debtors. Suzanne Annette Thompson, Lizton, IN, pro se. Among those changes is the addition of 11 U.S.C. § 109(h) which requires individual consumer debtors to either obtain or attempt to obtain credit counseling before filing their bankruptcy case. More than just another requirement that can be cured post petition, debtors that fail to comply with § 109(h) are ineligible to be debtors under the Bankruptcy Code. [2] The more.

Summary: 133 B.R. 206 (1990) In re Kevin K. WHITE and Elizabeth R. White, Debtors. In the Motion for Extension of Time, the Bank seeks an extension of time in which to object to the discharge of Mr. White (Mrs. White is not mentioned in the motion or its caption), and to filed a complaint to determine dischargeability of the debt to the Bank. Case law strongly supports Mr. White's position that once the deadline has passed without the creditor filing a dischargeability complaint or a motion for more.

Summary: 20 B.R. 717 (1982) In re LHD REALTY CORPORATION, Debtor. LHD REALTY CORPORATION, Plaintiff, v. METROPOLITAN LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY, Norma J. Childs, and William G. Brown, Trustee, Defendants. METROPOLITAN LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY, Plaintiff, v. LHD REALTY CORPORATION, Norma J. Childs, and William G. Brown, Trustee, Defendants. This matter is before the court upon the Application for Leave to Foreclose Mortgage and for Order Sequestering Rentals for Use and Benefit of Real Estate and Improvements ( more.