Only so much of his income as is contributed to your household expenses would be included as income. If the amount he contributes is zero, then all his income is excluded if you are separated. Consult with your attorney but it sounds like his income can be excluded from schedule I and you can take the marital adjustment on the means test to exclude his income. Good Luck!
What makes you think you will have to make Plan payments? Meet with a BK attorney to have the numbers run. Good luck.
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