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Bankr. M.D.N.C.: In re Styers- Motion to Dismiss as Alternative to Motion for Relief from Stay


Chapter 13 Debtors had fallen behind on payment under their confirmed plan, wherein the mortgage held be Wells Fargo was paid directly by the Debtors. Instead of following the more customary path of seeking relief from the automatic stay, Wells Fargo instead sought dismissal of the Chapter 13 case. The Motion to Dismiss was resolved by bringing the payments “inside” the Chapter 13 plan, but the parties could not agree on the allowance of attorney’s fees in the amount of $350.00. Further, the Bankruptcy Administrator argued that Wells Fargo should instead have filed a Motion for Relief, with its required filing fee of $176.00.… Read More

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