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mohawkbaby

I filed ch 7 a year ago, I am still dealing the trustee - he has
requested the return we recieved last year as well as this years
return. We already filed and recieved the return with out knowing he
could demand this years as well as last years. Also, he is requesting
my husbands bank statements for the filing date last year; my husband
didnt incur this debt as it was mine before I married him. I am
disappointed in my attorney who didnt inform me as to what to expect at
any phase of this case. What I would like to know is is there a form
that can exclude my husbands income? Also, would making a motion to
dismiss this case be advisable at this junction of my case? What would
be the consequences of a dismisal? Thanks in advance.
 
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JoblessDave

mohawkbaby said:
I filed ch 7 a year ago, I am still dealing the trustee - he has
requested the return we recieved last year as well as this years
return. We already filed and recieved the return with out knowing he
could demand this years as well as last years. Also, he is requesting
my husbands bank statements for the filing date last year; my husband
didnt incur this debt as it was mine before I married him. I am
disappointed in my attorney who didnt inform me as to what to expect at
any phase of this case. What I would like to know is is there a form
that can exclude my husbands income? Also, would making a motion to
dismiss this case be advisable at this junction of my case? What would
be the consequences of a dismisal? Thanks in advance.
No form is available for excluding income of a spouse. Unless you count
forms required do dissolve a marriage in a community property state.

Debtors don't have the power to move the court to dismiss a chapter 7.

If you want out of the case, contact the chapter 7 trustee and let him or
her know. If the trustee doesn't like your case s/he may make the motion to
dismiss for you.
 
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Johnny

mohawkbaby said:
I filed ch 7 a year ago, I am still dealing the trustee - he has
requested the return we recieved last year as well as this years
return. We already filed and recieved the return with out knowing he
could demand this years as well as last years. Also, he is requesting
my husbands bank statements for the filing date last year; my husband
didnt incur this debt as it was mine before I married him. I am
disappointed in my attorney who didnt inform me as to what to expect at
any phase of this case. What I would like to know is is there a form
that can exclude my husbands income? Also, would making a motion to
dismiss this case be advisable at this junction of my case? What would
be the consequences of a dismisal? Thanks in advance.
Catastrophic, imo, is when you can not pay your bills according to the terms
of the contractual obligations you had before the financial catastrophe
occurred.
 
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Johnny

Johnny said:
Catastrophic, imo, is when you can not pay your bills according to the
terms of the contractual obligations you had before the financial
catastrophe occurred.

Oops. I intended that comment for another thread.
 

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