Monthly Archives: July 2012

Bankruptcy Fraud


Bankruptcy fraud is bad.

Bankruptcy fraud by an attorney?  Worse.

Well, I have been absent from the blog for the longest time ever, for me, swamped with Chapter 11 bankruptcy work.

Hey, I am not complaining!

So this particular North Carolina bankruptcy attorney, who shall remain nameless, hey, innocent until proven guilty, already was nailed for fraudulent scams involving over 200 pieces of real estate and $15 million in bogus loans.

While under house arrest, on those charges, which are on appeal, she filed bankruptcy.

Allegedly, she concealed almost $100,000 of rental income she received.  She is charged with setting up fake email accounts to help her conceal income.

As I say to my clients, do you want to see the sunlight come up in chunks?

Then tell the truth!

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