It means that you have too much equity or have too much income to file a chapter 7. get an attorney and convert the case to a 13. You can't overcome the presumption unless there are facts developed to show that the numbers should be ignored. You will not be able to do this unless you state the reason for the presumption in your question and why you think the law that arises should not apply to your case.
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It is important for the debtor to cooperate with the trustee and to provide any financial records or documents that the trustee requests. Within 10 days of the meeting of creditors meeting, the U.S. trustee will report to the court whether the case should be presumed to be an abuse under the means test described in 11 U.S.C. § 704(b).
Presumption of abuse is automatic for debtors with above median income if they have enough projected disposable income to be able to pay general unsecured creditors over certain thresholds.
You need to discuss this with your bankruptcy attorney.
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The burden of proving a debtor is not abusing the bankruptcy laws is shifted to the debtor usually when the petition, schedules, and means test indicate there is sufficient disposable income to fund a feasible Chapter 13 Plan. It could be for other reasons but that is the most common. Many times the means test, which looks backwards 6 months, is not an accurate indicator of future disposable income. In Riverside, there is a forward looking approach but the debtor must provide credible evidence that the disposable income looking forward will not be sufficient to fund a feasible plan. Disposable income, feasible plan, and presumption of abuse, have specific meaning in Bankruptcy court. The Local and Federal Bankruptcy Procedure Rules are specific on how to present a rebuttal. The risk of having the bankruptcy dismissed for failure to comply should motivate a visit to a bankruptcy attorney.