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Davis, and Resurgens, P. Notwithstanding these provisions in her favor, Ms. Robinson did not succeed in obtaining the monthly alimony payments which she had requested as part of the divorce. On November 4,Mr. Robinson filed a petition under Chapter 7 of the Bankruptcy Code.

Specifically, the Creditors ask the Court to deem the Debtor's obligation of child support, the requirement of life insurance in favor of his ex-spouse, certain medical bills relating to the care of their children, and the allocation of I. In response, the Debtor concedes that the terms of 11 U.

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Aside from that limited concession, however, the Debtor contends that the entirety of his divorce-related obligations may be discharged in bankruptcy. In accordance with Federal Rule of Bankruptcy Procedurewhich incorporates Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 56, this Court will grant a motion for summary judgment only in the absence of any material issue of fact, so as to make the movant entitled to judgment as a matter of law.

The movant has the burden to establish that no such factual issue exists, id. As a drastic remedy, summary judgment only will be granted when there is no room for controversy. Earhart In re Earhart68 B. Iowa ; Sell v. Heath In re Heath60 B. As previously noted, all controversy in the instant case hinges upon the dischargeability of certain debts which the Debtor incurred as a consequence of his divorce.

Regarding the dischargeability of such divorce-related obligations, the Bankruptcy Code makes the following provision: Shaver In re ShaverF. Whether a debt to a former spouse qualifies as nondischargeable support is said to involve questions of federal rather than state law. Gianakas In re GianakasF. Thus, a label placed upon the obligation by the consent agreement or court order which created it will not determine its subsequent dischargeability in bankruptcy.

O'Toole In re Joseph16 F. Sampson In re SampsonF. Rather than relying upon such labels, courts will look to factors such as: See In re Bowsman, B. Ultimately, as the party objecting to discharge of the debt in question, the marital creditor must carry the burden of proving the debt's nondischargeability under section a 5. The Award of Attorney's Fees. In addressing the dischargeability of the state divorce court's attorney's fee award, the Court first must address a question of law. Specifically, the Court must determine whether an award of attorney's fees by a divorce court ever may give rise to a nondischargeable debt under 11 U.

On this question, courts appear to have responded with a resounding vote of affirmation. In re Joseph16 F. Jones In re Jones9 F. Spong In re SpongF. June 14, ; Ewing v. Ewing In re EwingB. Rosenblatt In re RosenblattB. Notions of policy also appear to have driven this move, since courts generally have found section a 5 to be entitled to a broad reading rather than the narrow construction traditionally afforded to discharge exceptions.

Gentry In re Miller55 F. Furthermore, for the purpose of section a 5it appears to make no difference that the divorce court may have ordered payment directly to the attorney. Kline In re Kline65 F. Zerbe In re ZerbeB. Morello In re MorelloB. Wester In re WesterB. Simmons In re SimmonsB. Just as a direction of fee reimbursement to the spouse may create an obligation of support, an order of payment directly to the attorney will create a nondischargeable debt, provided that it truly came "in the nature of alimony, support or maintenance.

Constantine In re ConstantineB. In light of these clearly established legal parameters, the Court finds itself presented solely with a question of fact, i. Thus, in the context of an attorney's fee award, the intent of the divorce court to provide support should form the object of any inquiry under section a 5.

West In re LongF. Consequently, courts rely upon set factors which are said to evidence the requisite intent. Somewhat predictably, there appears to be a split of authority regarding the dominant standard for divining a state court's intent in awarding attorney's fees and the consequent dischargeability of that award. To that end, these courts focus upon the relative financial positions of the two former spouses at the time of the award and, particularly, whether it looks as though the state court took any such imbalance into consideration.

Other courts find that the nature of the underlying litigation should dominate the examination of a fee award's nature. June 14, ; Filbeck v. Clegg In re CleggB. Thus, while litigation involving an attempt to obtain alimony or child support may give rise to a "support-like" fee award, a court battle solely over property division or custody of a child may not.

Roberson In re RobersonB.

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Bulman In re BulmanB. Similarly, those fees which may be viewed as "inextricably intertwined" with the litigation for nondischargeable support[4] are said themselves to qualify for nondischargeability under section a 5.

Davidson In re DavidsonF. Each of these standards has the benefit of logical appeal and, likewise, each should offer substantial guidance to courts as they attempt to discover the intent behind a divorce court's award of attorney's fees to a particular spouse. To that end, the Court finds it appropriate to incorporate both modes of analysis into its present inquiry. Thus, like several courts before it, the Court shall employ a mixed approach, balancing both the apparent function of the award and the nature of the litigation in an attempt to discover the intent behind the award of fees.

Wayne In re GionisB. BAP employing a multi-factored approach. In the instant case, the parties did not stand as financial equals at the time of their divorce.

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In and of itself, the presence of this financial disparity provides strong indicia of an intent by the divorce court to make the fee award "in the nature of alimony, support or maintenance. Still further support for such a characterization as maintenance may be found in the state statute upon which the divorce court based its award.

Making provision for such assessments of attorney's fees by a family law judge, the Georgia Code provides: The grant of attorney's fees as part of the expenses of litigation, made at any time during the pendency of the litigation, whether the action is for alimony, divorce and alimony, or contempt of court arising out of either an alimony case or a divorce and alimony case, including but not limited to contempt of court orders involving property division, child custody, and child visitation rights, shall be: Thus, state law required the divorce court to base any award of fees primarily upon the respective finances of the two parties.

Overstreet In re RogersB. To the extent that the divorce court assessed attorney's fees against the Defendant under the Georgia standard, that award consequently may be interpreted as an obligation of support for the purposes of 11 U. This makes Goob fall asleep during his important little league game. At Lewis' school science fair, Lewis is approached by a mysterious boy named Wilbur Robinson Wesley Singermanwho claims to be a "time cop" from the future.

Wilbur says that a man wearing a bowler hat has stolen a time machine that Wilbur wishes to recapture. As Lewis begins demonstrating the use of his machine, it explodes, throwing the science fair into chaos. Lewis runs out, and the Bowler Hat Guy steals his unattended memory scanner.

Wilbur tells Lewis to go back to the science fair and fix the machine. To prove suspicious Lewis that he is from the future, Wilbur takes him to a flying time machine to take them to yearthirty years forward. While giving Lewis a tour of the world of the future, Lewis realizes he can use the time machine to go back and see his mother. Wilbur insists he go back to fix the memory scanner, and while arguing, they crash the time machine.

Wilbur asks Lewis to fix it, and Lewis agrees under the condition that Wilbur takes him back to visit his mother afterwards. Wilbur tries to hide Lewis in the garage of his house, but Lewis leaves and meets Wilbur's grandfather, Bud Steve Anderson. Bud takes Lewis on a tour of the house, during which Lewis meets the rest of the fun-loving and overly-eccentric Robinson family.

Wilbur explains that his father, Cornelius, the only member of the Robinson family that Lewis did not meet, invented several of the futuristic inventions earlier seen, including the time machines coining the motto "Keep moving forward".

Despite being provided with blueprints, Lewis is unable to repair the time machine. Meanwhile, Bowler Hat Guy and Doris follow Wilbur and Lewis to the future and attempt to kidnap Lewis so he can show them how his memory scanner works after failing to demonstrate it at InventCo.

Meanwhile, the Robinsons offer to adopt Lewis but change their mind when they discover that he's from the past. Lewis runs away in misery after finding out Wilbur lied to him about going back to see his mom, and encounters the Bowler Hat Guy, who lures him into his time machine by promising to bring him to his mother. In a dark room, Lewis shows the Bowler Hat Guy how to operate his memory scanner but the latter goes back on his word and ties him up.

Lewis questions what the Bowler Hat Guy has against him. As Lewis grapples with the revelation, he repeats his previous question. The Bowler Hat Guy flips on a light, revealing that they're in Lewis' old room at the orphanage, or as he claims, their old room. He reveals himself as an aged and deeply embittered Mike Yagoobian Goob. He tells Lewis that he is to be blamed for a miserable life of Goob, having kept him sleep-deprived, causing him to lose his little league game.

Goob obsessed over this defeat, scaring away his chances at adoption, and stayed at the orphanage after it closed down, eventually coming to blame Lewis for his misery. Goob initially intended to get revenge by vandalizing Robinson Industries, only to meet DOR Dorisa failed and abandoned invention of Cornelius'. They cooperate to steal the time machine, able to steal it because Wilbur forgot to lock the garage door, and plotted to use it to capture and plagiarize Lewis' first famous invention, to ruin Lewis's career as an inventor.

Lewis warns that their actions may drastically alter the future but Goob doesn't care. Lewis tells his old friend that he should just let go of his past and "Keep Moving Forward", incidentally reciting his future motto. However, Goob finds it more convenient to blame Lewis. Goob and Doris prepare to present the stolen invention to InventCo in the past.