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In re Rodriguez

Debtors filed a voluntary joint bankruptcy petition under chapter 13. The debtors filed a request for waiver of timely filing of an 11 U.S.C. § 109(h) credit counseling certificate.
Ruling: 
Debtors'case was dismissed since they failed to justify their request for a waiver of the credit counseling certification requirement.
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In re Weiss

A chapter 13 bankruptcy debtor supplied inaccurate or incomplete financial information even after amending the debtor's schedules several times. Creditors moved for conversion or dismissal of the debtor's petition pursuant to 11 U.S.C. § 1307(c) based on the debtor's bad faith in the bankruptcy proceedings and in the debtor's proposed plan of reorganization.
Ruling: 
Court granted creditor's motion for conversion to chapter 7 due to debtor's bad faith evidenced by misinformation and nondisclosures.
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In re Field

Debtors proposed a second amended chapter 12 plan of reorganization for their farming operation. Two creditors objected, and the trustee in bankruptcy recommended confirmation of the plan only if its terms were altered.
Ruling: 
Plan confirmation was denied where the debtors had failed to file a motion to modify the plan and to demonstrate that the plan was feasible.
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Purviance v. Region 1 Self Reliance Program (In re Purviance)

Plaintiff debtor filed a complaint against defendant, an agency of the state of Idaho charged with collecting unpaid child support, seeking an order declaring debts, which arose out of a Canadian child support order in favor of her former husband, dischargeable. The state filed a motion for summary judgment contending that the debt was nondischargeable pursuant to 11 U.S.C. § 523(a)(5), and the debtor filed a cross motion for summary judgment.
Ruling: 
Court granted motion of state agency collector of unpaid child support establishing Canadian child support order as enforceable debt but ruled that material fact remained on whether it was deemed support under the Code.
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