Posts Tagged 'Trustee Anderson'

Husband and Wife Separate Bankruptcy Filings

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Today we had the US Trustee’s representative come down and ask a debtor about her husband’s separate filing of bankruptcy. The wife filed chapter 7 bankruptcy after her husband filed bankruptcy. The code allows such filings, however it raises concerns by the Trustee and the US Trustee.

From a Trustee perspective there could be assets listed in one petition and wrongfully not listed in the other petition. In addition, there may be an inappropriate use of the exemptions, ...

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Motion to Sell under Section 363(b)

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One of the duties of a chapter 7 Trustee is to sell real property that is not exempt.  Below is Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Trustee Charles Daff recent case  which was heard in front of Judge Houle.  This opinion gives a nice summary of the procedure  under Section 363(b).

 

On September 18, 20xx (“Petition Date”), (“Debtor”) filed her petition for chapter 7 relief. Charles Daff is the duly appointed chapter 7 trustee (“Trustee”).

A primary asset of the Debtor’s estate is ...

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Motion to Convert from Chapter 7 to Chapter 13

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Chapter 7 Trustee Karl Anderson  was recently involved in a Motion to Convert Case From Chapter 7 to 13, that was heard before Judge Houle.  Judge Houle wrote:

On March 25, 20xx, (“Debtor”) filed for chapter 7 relief. Karl Anderson is the duly appointed chapter 7 trustee (“Trustee”).

On August 5, 20xx, the Debtor filed his Motion to Convert Case to a case under chapter 13 under 11 U.S.C. § 706(a) (“Motion”).

On August 21, 20xx, the Trustee filed Opposition to ...

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Common Bankruptcy Mistakes

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Chapter 7 Trustee Karl Anderson is a longtime Riverside Bankruptcy Trustee. He serves the bankruptcy panel under the Guidance of the United States Trustee which is a branch of the Department of Justice. As such, Mr. Anderson and the other Chapter 7 trustees review the petitions for accuracy and clarity. Each of the cases is also audited by the US Trustee.

Sometimes the Trustee will ask the debtor and attorney to amend the petition for small mistakes that ultimately ...

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