Nope. A chapter 7 liquidation is simply that... a liquidation of the petitioners exempt assets. As long as the petitioner is able to show the trustee that his/her debts exceed the reasonable potential for assets, the court will generally grant the discharge. Your additional debt would simply have increased their debt load.
Originally Posted by bethgop
That is a separate issue and not related to the bankruptcy debtor.
Aside from filing a Writ of Execution, my atty did not do anything else to collect the judgment against the other defendant who did not file BK.
The other attorney was either confused.... or you were.
I have been informed by another atty that my atty (any atty for that matter) should have known to go to the BK court and filed a motion to reopen the case?
He now claims that after all he is not a BK expert.
There are at least 17 lawsuits (!!) filed in various courts, including the US Supreme Court, asking if Obama is a natural born citizen (as req'd by Art II, Sec 1 of the US Constitution).
Why has he spent over $1.7M in legal fees to block disclosure... rather than spend $12 for a VALID birth cert to settle the matter? The 'certificate' he has presented doesn't qualify to get a drivers license, wouldn't allow a child to qualify for Little League, or for a real citizen to get a US passport!