Critical Case Comment – In re Shelor, 2008 WL 4344894 (Bankr. M.D. N.C. September 23, 2008)

In re Shelor, 2008 WL 4344894 (Bankr. M.D. N.C. September 23, 2008)

Where a Chapter 13 debtor’s income has declined immediately prior to or at the time of filing a bankruptcy petition, it is appropriate for the court to relieve the debtor of the obligation of filing a Schedule I and fix a different six-month period to determine Current Monthly Income.

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