Tag Archives: U.S. Bankruptcy Court

Debtor’s credible testimony confirms she is ‘family farmer’ (access required)

Where the debtor credibly testified she was involved on a farm for many years, she satisfies the statutory definition of “family farmer.” Background The court must determine whether the debtor, Mary Ellen Rosenberger, qualifies as a Chapter 12 debtor under ...

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Trustee can recover prepetition property from debtor (access required)

Where the debtor transferred earnings from services he performed pre-petition to a new entity he created after seeking bankruptcy protection, those monies are not “earnings from services performed by an individual debtor after the commencement of the case.” As such, ...

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Bankruptcy attorneys could lose e-filing privileges (access required)


Bankruptcy lawyers who practice in the Eastern District of Virginia could lose their ability to e-file if they fail to register with the bar of the U.S. District Court. This decision follows new protocols by the Eastern District Bankruptcy Court ...

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