Alex Lomosi
Bankruptcy

Amended Schedules Filed: [Summary of Your Assets/Liabilities,Statement of Financial Affairs,Declaration re Schedules,] Filed by Debtor Alex Lomosi.

Southern District of Florida (Bankruptcy), flsb-9:2020-bk-12370

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Case 20-12370-MAM Doc 28 Filed 06/18/20 Page 1 of 10 Fill in this information to identify your case: Debtor 1 Alex Lomosi First Name Middle Name Last Name Debtor 2 (Spouse if, filing) First Name Middle Name Last Name SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF FLORIDA, WEST PALM BEACH United States Bankruptcy Court for the: DIVISION Case number 9:20-bk-12370 (if known)  Check if this is an amended filing Official Form 106Sum Summary of Your Assets and Liabilities and Certain Statistical Information 12/15 Be as complete and accurate as possible. If two married people are filing together, both are equally responsible for supplying correct information. Fill out all of your schedules first; then complete the information on this form. If you are filing amended schedules after you file your original forms, you must fill out a new Summary and check the box at the top of this page. Part 1: Summarize Your Assets Your assets Value of what you own 1. Schedule A/B: Property (Official Form 106A/B) 1a. Copy line 55, Total real estate, from Schedule A/B................................................................................................ $ 182,000.00 1b. Copy line 62, Total personal property, from Schedule A/B..................................................................................... $ 5,269.00 1c. Copy line 63, Total of all property on Schedule A/B............................................................................................... $ 187,269.00 Part 2: Summarize Your Liabilities Your liabilities Amount you owe 2. Schedule D: Creditors Who Have Claims Secured by Property (Official Form 106D) 2a. Copy the total you listed in Column A,Amount of claim, at the bottom of the last page of Part 1 of Schedule D... $ 175,651.00 3. Schedule E/F: Creditors Who Have Unsecured Claims (Official Form 106E/F) 3a. Copy the total claims from Part 1 (priority unsecured claims) from line 6e of Schedule E/F................................. $ 0.00 3b. Copy the total claims from Part 2 (nonpriority unsecured claims) from line 6j of Schedule E/F............................ $ 62,658.00 Your total liabilities $ 238,309.00 Part 3: Summarize Your Income and Expenses 4. Schedule I: Your Income (Official Form 106I) Copy your combined monthly income from line 12 ofSchedule I................................................................................ $ 6,024.40 5. Schedule J: Your Expenses (Official Form 106J) Copy your monthly expenses from line 22c of Schedule J.......................................................................... $ 2,046.00 Part 4: Answer These Questions for Administrative and Statistical Records 6. Are you filing for bankruptcy under Chapters 7, 11, or 13?  No. You have nothing to report on this part of the form. Check this box and submit this form to the court with your other schedules.  Yes 7. What kind of debt do you have?  Your debts are primarily consumer debts. Consumer debts are those " incurred by an individual primarily for a personal, family, or household purpose."11 U.S.C. § 101(8). Fill out lines 8-9g for statistical purposes. 28 U.S.C.§ 159. Official Form 106Sum Summary of Your Assets and Liabilities and Certain Statistical Information page 1 of 2 Software Copyright (c) 2020 CINGroup - www.cincompass.com Case 20-12370-MAM Doc 28 Filed 06/18/20 Page 2 of 10 Debtor 1 Lomosi, Alex Case number (if known) 9:20-bk-12370  Your debts are not primarily consumer debts. You have nothing to report on this part of the form. Check this box and submit this form to the court with your other schedules. 8. From the Statement of Your Current Monthly Income: Copy your total current monthly income from Official Form 122A-1 Line 11; OR, Form 122B Line 11; OR, Form 122C-1 Line 14. $ 2,213.00 9. Copy the following special categories of claims from Part 4, line 6 of Schedule E/F: Total claim From Part 4 on Schedule E/F, copy the following: 9a. Domestic support obligations (Copy line 6a.) $ 0.00 9b. Taxes and certain other debts you owe the government. (Copy line 6b.) $ 0.00 9c. Claims for death or personal injury while you were intoxicated. (Copy line 6c.) $ 0.00 9d. Student loans. (Copy line 6f.) $ 0.00 9e. Obligations arising out of a separation agreement or divorce that you did not report as priority claims. (Copy line 6g.) $ 0.00 9f. Debts to pension or profit-sharing plans, and other similar debts. (Copy line 6h.) +$ 0.00 9g. Total. Add lines 9a through 9f. $ 0.00 Official Form 106Sum Summary of Your Assets and Liabilities and Certain Statistical Information page 2 of 2 Software Copyright (c) 2020 CINGroup - www.cincompass.com Case 20-12370-MAM Doc 28 Filed 06/18/20 Page 3 of 10 Fill in this information to identify your case: Debtor 1 Alex Lomosi First Name Middle Name Last Name Debtor 2 (Spouse if, filing) First Name Middle Name Last Name SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF FLORIDA, WEST PALM BEACH United States Bankruptcy Court for the: DIVISION Case number 9:20-bk-12370 (if known)  Check if this is an amended filing Official Form 106Dec Declaration About an Individual Debtor's Schedules 12/15 If two married people are filing together, both are equally responsible for supplying correct information. You must file this form whenever you file bankruptcy schedules or amended schedules. Making a false statement, concealing property, or obtaining money or property by fraud in connection with a bankruptcy case can result in fines up to $250,000, or imprisonment for up to 20 years, or both. 18 U.S.C. §§ 152, 1341, 1519, and 3571. Sign Below Did you pay or agree to pay someone who is NOT an attorney to help you fill out bankruptcy forms?  No  Yes. Name of person Attach Bankruptcy Petition Preparer' s Notice, Declaration, and Signature (Official Form 119) Under penalty of perjury, I declare that I have read the summary and schedules filed with this declaration and that they are true and correct. X /s/ Alex Lomosi X Alex Lomosi Signature of Debtor 2 Signature of Debtor 1 Date June 18, 2020 Date Case 20-12370-MAM Doc 28 Filed 06/18/20 Page 4 of 10 Fill in this information to identify your case: Debtor 1 Alex Lomosi First Name Middle Name Last Name Debtor 2 (Spouse if, filing) First Name Middle Name Last Name SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF FLORIDA, WEST PALM BEACH United States Bankruptcy Court for the: DIVISION Case number 9:20-bk-12370 (if known)  Check if this is an amended filing Official Form 107 Statement of Financial Affairs for Individuals Filing for Bankruptcy 4/19 Be as complete and accurate as possible. If two married people are filing together, both are equally responsible for supplying correct information. If more space is needed, attach a separate sheet to this form. On the top of any additional pages, write your name and case number (if known). Answer every question. Part 1: Give Details About Your Marital Status and Where You Lived Before 1. What is your current marital status?  Married  Not married 2. During the last 3 years, have you lived anywhere other than where you live now?  No  Yes. List all of the places you lived in the last 3 years. Do not include where you live now. Debtor 1 Prior Address: Dates Debtor 1 lived Debtor 2 Prior Address: Dates Debtor 2 there lived there 3. Within the last 8 years, did you ever live with a spouse or legal equivalent in a community property state or territory? (Community property states and territories include Arizona, California, Idaho, Louisiana, Nevada, New Mexico, Puerto Rico, Texas, Washington and Wisconsin.)  No  Yes. Make sure you fill out Schedule H: Your Codebtors (Official Form 106H). Part 2 Explain the Sources of Your Income 4. Did you have any income from employment or from operating a business during this year or the two previous calendar years? Fill in the total amount of income you received from all jobs and all businesses, including part-time activities. If you are filing a joint case and you have income that you receive together, list it only once under Debtor 1.  No  Yes. Fill in the details. Debtor 1 Debtor 2 Sources of income Gross income Sources of income Gross income Check all that apply. (before deductions and Check all that apply. (before deductions exclusions) and exclusions) For last calendar year: Wages, commissions, $1,288.00  Wages, commissions, (January 1 to December 31, 2019) bonuses, tips bonuses, tips  Operating a business  Operating a business Official Form 107 Statement of Financial Affairs for Individuals Filing for Bankruptcy page 1 Software Copyright (c) 2020 CINGroup - www.cincompass.com Case 20-12370-MAM Doc 28 Filed 06/18/20 Page 5 of 10 Debtor 1 Lomosi, Alex Case number (if known) 9:20-bk-12370 Debtor 1 Debtor 2 Sources of income Gross income Sources of income Gross income Check all that apply. (before deductions and Check all that apply. (before deductions exclusions) and exclusions) For the calendar year before that: Wages, commissions, $1,643.00  Wages, commissions, (January 1 to December 31, 2018) bonuses, tips bonuses, tips  Operating a business  Operating a business 5. Did you receive any other income during this year or the two previous calendar years? Include income regardless of whether that income is taxable. Examples of other income are alimony; child support; Social Security, unemployment, and other public benefit payments; pensions; rental income; interest; dividends; money collected from lawsuits; royalties; and gambling and lottery winnings. If you are filing a joint case and you have income that you received together, list it only once under Debtor 1. List each source and the gross income from each source separately. Do not include income that you listed in line 4.  No  Yes. Fill in the details. Debtor 1 Debtor 2 Sources of income Gross income from Sources of income Gross income Describe below. each source Describe below. (before deductions (before deductions and and exclusions) exclusions) Part 3: List Certain Payments You Made Before You Filed for Bankruptcy 6. Are either Debtor 1' s or Debtor 2' s debts primarily consumer debts?  No. Neither Debtor 1 nor Debtor 2 has primarily consumer debts. Consumer debts are defined in 11 U.S.C. § 101(8) as " incurred by an individual primarily for a personal, family, or household purpose." During the 90 days before you filed for bankruptcy, did you pay any creditor a total of $6,825* or more?  No. Go to line 7.  Yes List below each creditor to whom you paid a total of $6,825* or more in one or more payments and the total amount you paid that creditor. Do not include payments for domestic support obligations, such as child support and alimony. Also, do not include payments to an attorney for this bankruptcy case. * Subject to adjustment on 4/01/22 and every 3 years after that for cases filed on or after the date of adjustment.  Yes. Debtor 1 or Debtor 2 or both have primarily consumer debts. During the 90 days before you filed for bankruptcy, did you pay any creditor a total of $600 or more?  No. Go to line 7.  Yes List below each creditor to whom you paid a total of $600 or more and the total amount you paid that creditor. Do not include payments for domestic support obligations, such as child support and alimony. Also, do not include payments to an attorney for this bankruptcy case. Creditor's Name and Address Dates of payment Total amount Amount you Was this payment for ... paid still owe 7. Within 1 year before you filed for bankruptcy, did you make a payment on a debt you owed anyone who was an insider? Insiders include your relatives; any general partners; relatives of any general partners; partnerships of which you are a general partner; corporations of which you are an officer, director, person in control, or owner of 20% or more of their voting securities; and any managing agent, including one for a business you operate as a sole proprietor. 11 U.S.C. § 101. Include payments for domestic support obligations, such as child support and alimony.  No  Yes. L