Critical Case Comment

By Henry E. Hildebrand, III, Chapter 13 Trustee for the Middle District of Tennessee (Nashville)

The Bankruptcy Code allows even property fraudulently transferred to be the subject of an exemption. In re Hurt, 2015 WL 9592064 (Bankr. E.D. Tenn. December 31, 2015) (Rucker)

Case Summary

In 2012, Troy Hurt and his brother inherited real estate from their mother. The house was slow to sell but a sale was finally closed on May 27, 2015. Troy and his brother split the proceeds, so Troy received a check, payable to him, in the amount of . . .

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