8th Circuit follows the 6th Circuit on Social Security Payments and Bankruptcy

Posted on August 10, 2010. Filed under: Uncategorized |

Citing the 6th Circuit’s In Re Buren opinion (6 BR 744), the 8th Circuit holds in In Re Carpenter (2010 WL 2977388) that no past or future social security payments may be subject to the operation of any bankruptcy law and only become part of the debtor’s estate if he chooses to include them.

John Rogers, Kentucky Bankruptcy Law

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