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hi just one more question on this topic could you also show me in the bankruptcy law where this is stated at please? the USC number location - the reason why im hoping that this situation is different from other situation such as an inheritance where there is a 180 day post petition situation that why i asked this question and i was confused such as people winning the lottery or getting life insurance payment after filing date and such.
I also sent a letter to customer service agent i guess they didnt send it to you what i sent to them is what I found is in the banktruptcy law and its apart of my original question. you stated post petition wage difference above but i also discussed "Totality of Circumstances" 707(b)(3) list in BK code them this is also a factor please explain.
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