December 5, 2011
Two more bankruptcy preparers facing possible criminal contempt charges
"Cases against two additional bankruptcy petition preparers are being sent to the U.S. Attorneys Office, bringing to four the number of criminal contempt cases against preparers under review by federal prosecutors.
Cases against Jennifer Valente Abbott, a disbarred attorney, and Gaynor Morrison, who had prepared bankruptcy petitions for the now defunct Credit University, were sent to the prosecutors last week by U.S. District Court Judge J.P. Stadtmueller. Each were cited for contempt by bankruptcy court judges who, in accordance with judicial protocal, sent the case up to district court for possible criminal action."
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Bankruptcy laws are there to help protect people who are in debt cannot pay any more, however, a number of cases of people who abuse this law are cited. This is a clear example that not every one can get away with it. So please lets respect the law and just get a good and reputable bankruptcy attorney to avoid these kinds of situations.
Posted by: Luanne | Dec 5, 2011 10:40:00 PM
Can't say that Credit University ever came to my high school, I wonder if they were any good at teaching students about money issues.
Posted by: On Time Elmer | Dec 8, 2011 12:44:12 PM