In re Ellenburg, C/A No. 22-00811-hb, slip op. (Bankr. D.S.C. May 18, 2022) Debtor’s case was dismissed with prejudice (can’t refile) after the Court determined that Debtor photo shopped the date on the Credit Counseling certificate.
In re Flint, C/A No. 21-00702-hb, slip op. (Bankr. D.S.C. May 5, 2022) In this case, the purchaser of a business owned by the Debtor tries to move forward as secured by an interest in the business reflected in a contract for sale. The trustee objects because she claims his interest does not exist due… Read More »Trustee seizes company interest under contract due to flawed documents
“Simple as it seems, filing a proof of claim is a seminal act in bankruptcy that must be done right. Every time.” In re Milliman, C/A No. 17-10393, 2018 WL 1475937, at *3 In this case, In re Simmons, C/A No. 22-00680-eg, slip op. (Bankr. D.S.C. Aug 31, 2022, the Court awarded attorney’s fees and… Read More »Filing a proof of claim