Legal Question in Bankruptcy in California

After a Chapter 11 case is confirmed, is possible to request for the judge who confirmed the case to be changed in order to not have to deal with the same judge later in case the debtor wants to make changes to the plan?

Asked on 8/14/10, 2:41 pm

3 Answers from Attorneys

Mark Markus Law Office of Mark J. Markus


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Answered on 8/19/10, 3:09 pm

David Gibbs The Gibbs Law Firm, APC

Pressumably, if you are in a confirmed Chapter 11, you have an attorney. Why are you asking this question here? Your attorney should be able to answer the question, and Mark is correct, the answer is no.

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Answered on 8/19/10, 3:11 pm
Peter De Bruyn Law Offices of Peter De Bruyn

After practicing bankruptcy law for 28 years, I know of no procedure to "change" the judge after confirmation of a chapter 11 plan.

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Answered on 8/20/10, 5:36 am

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