By Leo G. Spanos, Senior Staff Attorney to Martha G. Bronitsky, Chapter 13 Trustee, Northern District of California (Oakland Division)
Courts around the country are split on whether property acquired post-chapter 13 confirmation remains property of the estate or vests in the debtor for all purposes absent contrary language in the plan or confirmation order under 11 U.S.C. § 1327(b).1 The relevant statutory provisions are §§ 541(a), 1306(a), 1327(b), 1329(a)(1), and Fed. R. Bank. Proc. (“Bankruptcy Rule”) 1007(h).
Section 541(a) defines property of the . . .
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