Bankruptcy Judge Blasts Creditor's Attack of Elderly Woman's Petition

, New York Law Journal

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A creditor's attack on an elderly upstate woman's bankruptcy petition as fraudulent is "so baseless in law" that it shocks the court's conscience, according to a Western District bankruptcy court judge who also suggested that if any fraud occurred it may have been orchestrated by the creditor and not the debtor.

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  • Stanbsch

    Evidently its not only foreclosure mill attorneys who engage in despicable abusive judicial conduct.

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