Timothy Denison's answer Yes. There is still an equitable interest that you should list as an asset on your petition. Consult your Bankruptcy lawyer as to the further ramifications of the interest, but you should list it out of an abundance of caution.
Timothy Denison's answer It is not income for purposes of the means test but it is an asset that must be disclosed and listed on your petition. Since you’ve paid taxes on it already and taken a loss on it, it is not income but it still must be listed in your petition.
Timothy Denison's answer Unfortunately, if you reaffirmed the debt, you’re stuck paying it unless you can. Egotists some kind of settlement with the lender. Consult your bankruptcy attorney for options but I think you’re going to have to pay for it.
Stuart Nachbar's answer The answer depends on if same was exempted out. Some states follow the federal exemptions and some go with State Exemptions. Talk to your counsel about same and make sure it was properly exempted out.
Stuart Nachbar's answer As long as you have been in Sioux Falls for 6 months (180 days), you can file in your current state, otherwise, you have to file where the business was. As a sole proprietor your business goes where you are
Timothy Denison's answer You should consult your bankruptcy lawyer regarding how to handle the refunds but if you do spend them, you probably should use them to pay your ongoing monthly bills rather than on items that look like entertainment or waste.
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