04 Jun Means Test Upon Conversion to Chapter 7
The controversy over whether a means test form must be filed after conversion from Chapter 13 to Chapter 7 has gained another voice. According to NACBA members, New Jersey Bankruptcy Judge Gloria M. Burns ruled recently that debtors do not have to file the B22A form upon conversion to Chapter 7 and can instead rely on the B22C form filed at the commencement of their Chapter 13 case.
As noted previously, the Rhode Island Bankruptcy Court saw it differently.
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