I guess it's just as well. I was trying to contact him because he gave me information that you have since controverted.
I was under the impression that it is acceptable to add a post-petition debt to a CH 13 and that any such debt would also be covered by the automatic stay. You said that it could be considered as having been done in "bad faith" which, naturally, is of great concern to me.
A: [sigh] Sorry about that. I do a lot of correcting the legal errors of others around these parts.
As you noted previously, neither the court nor the trustee has objected. I wound up filing pro se because the first lawyers I hired knew less than is known commonly. The judge agreed.
All things considered, what should I do now to CMA ?
Thanks. I finally believe that I have some authoritative answers. What concerns me is that there are so many lawyers out there who are charging $250+/hour who dont have a clue. Rest assured that I'll be seeking answers about the adversary proceeding as there have been numerous violations of the stay even aside from this issue.
Dont even get me started as I was a litigation strategist for many years before I became disenchanted with it all.
I'm not a lawyer though. Just an MBA with a Master's in I/O Psych.
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