Smith v. Montgomery (In re Montgomery)

(Bankr. S.D. Ind. Apr. 28, 2015)

The bankruptcy court dismisses the creditor’s complaint objecting to the discharge of her claim under § 523(a)(6). The Chapter 13 debtor was proceeding towards a full-compliance discharge under § 1328(a), and thus would be entitled to a discharge of debts under 523(a)(6). The court reasons that the issues raised by the creditor are not ripe for review unless and until the debtor moves for a hardship discharge, in which case debts described in § 523(a)(6) would not be discharged. Opinion below.

2015-04-28 – smith v montgomery

Author: Matt Lindblom

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