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Learning Goal: I’m working on a business law discussion question and need an explanation and answer to help me learn.Debate This: Personal Bankruptcy
Chapter 26 p. 631
PART-1Three months ago, Janet Hart’s husband of twenty years died of cancer. Although he had medical insurance, he left Janet with outstanding medical bills of more than $50,000. Janet has worked at the local library for the past ten years, earning $1,500 per month. Since her husband’s death, Janet also has received $1,500 in Social Security benefits and $1,100 in life insurance proceeds every month, giving her a monthly income of $4,100. After she pays the mortgage payment of $1,500 and the amounts due on other debts each month, Janet barely has enough left over to buy groceries for her family (she has two teenage daughters at home). She decides to file for Chapter 7 bankruptcy, hoping for a fresh start. Using the information provided in the chapter, answer the following questions.Under the Bankruptcy Code after the reform act, what must Janet do before filing a petition for relief under Chapter 7?
How much time does Janet have after filing the bankruptcy petition to submit the required sched-ules? What happens if Janet does not meet the deadline?
Assume that Janet files a petition under Chapter 7. Further assume that the median family income in the state in which Janet lives is $49,300. What steps would a court take to determine whether Janet’s petition is presumed to be substantial abuse under the means test?
Suppose the court determines that no presumption of substantial abuse applies in Janet’s case. Nevertheless, the court finds that Janet does have the ability to pay at least a portion of the medical bills out of her disposable income. What would the court likely order in that situation?
Debate This:Rather than being allowed to file Chapter 7 bankruptcy petitions, individuals and couples should always be forced to make an effort to pay off their debts through Chapter 13.PART 2Respond to others’ comments or questions; challenging others’ postings; and helping others understand a concept through experiences, examples, and explanations. Contribute value to the learning.Comments such as “I agree”, “you did a great job” or “I really liked it” don’t count. Repeating what the students already said does not count. Comments must be thought out and tied back to the chapter textbook material. Your job is to add value, to add something not mentioned.
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