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Bankruptcy Abuse and Fraud

Bankruptcy fraud is a crime.  Common fraudulent or abusive acts under bankruptcy statutes include concealment of assets, concealment of documents, destruction of documents, false statements, conflicts of interest, fraudulent claims, and redistribution of assets arrangements.

Nearly two thirds of bankruptcy fraud involves the intentional non-disclosure of assets and cash in a bankruptcy petition. Schemes also include the hiding of assets, making of false statements, making multiple filings, undervaluing assets, forging petitions, use of petition mills that provide false information and making gifts or transferring assets immediately prior to or during bankruptcy. The penalties can be severe.  Bankruptcy fraud is a felony punishable by up to 5 years in prison and a $250,000 fine. Conviction for bankruptcy fraud can also invalidate your bankruptcy and allow your creditors to collect debts that were discharged by the bankruptcy.

Bankruptcy fraud has been used by individuals involved in all sorts of businesses. It's a favorite ploy of organized criminals and other con men. Consulting with legal counsel can provide information about legal rights, alternatives to bankruptcy and procedures that could keep many from crossing the line to criminal behavior.

 

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Decades After Abuse, Crosiers Agree To 25.5 Million Settlement With Survivors...
CBS Minnesota / WCCO Decades after abuse, Crosiers agree to 25.5 million settlement with survivors, file bankruptcy Minneapolis Star Tribune The Crosier Fathers and Brothers, a Roman Catholic order with a community in Onamia, Minn., filed for bankruptcy Thursday and agreed to pay 25.5 million to clergy abuse victims. The settlement is one of the largest per abuse survivor among the 14 Crosiers Religious Order Files For BankruptcyCBS Minnesota / WCCO Catholic order files for bankruptcy protection amid abuse cases settlementPremier all 5 news articles raquo

Objections To Twin Cities Archdiocese Bankruptcy Plans Aired In Court Minnea...
Minneapolis Star Tribune Objections to Twin Cities Archdiocese bankruptcy plans aired in court Minneapolis Star Tribune The Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis was back in bankruptcy court Thursday, as U.S. Judge Robert Kressel heard objections to the competing victim settlement plans. A key issue was whether the plan put forth by attorneys for the clergy abuse

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Catholic Crosiers Order Files for Bankruptcy Wall Street Journal subscription The Crosier Fathers and Brothers, a Roman Catholic religious order with ministries in the U.S., filed for bankruptcy Thursday, facing more than 40 lawsuits tied to past child sexual abuse allegations. The Crosiers sought chapter 11 protection with the

Crosier Order Files Under Chapter 11 For Bankruptcy Reorganization National ...
Crosier order files under Chapter 11 for bankruptcy reorganization National Catholic Reporter The Crosiers community is the third men39s religious order to have sought bankruptcy protection. The Oregon province of the Jesuits filed in 2009 to reorganize its assets in the wake of abuse claims, and the Christian Brothers of Ireland filed in 2011

Crosiers File Bankruptcy Aitkin Independent Age
Crosiers file bankruptcy Aitkin Independent Age The decision to file for reorganization was difficult, but given the number of claimants who came forward when the state of Minnesota opened the statute of limitations for asserting claims of sexual abuse, we believe a Chapter 11 reorganization is the

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