U.S. Bankruptcy Appellate Panel
Credit-Counseling Requirement; Refiling Bar
Where a debtor challenged the dismissal of her bankruptcy case, the judgment is affirmed because the debtor failed to file a certificate of completion stating that she had received the required credit counseling, so she did not meet the eligibility requirements for individual debtors, and the court did not abuse its discretion in barring her from refiling for 180 days because this was the debtor’s sixth bankruptcy filing and the court found her filings to be an abuse of the system. Judgment is affirmed.
18-6024 Marshall v. McCarty appealed from the Eastern District of Arkansas, Nail, J.