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What is the name of your state? S.C.
my ex (divorced 6 years) lost his father feb of 2002 and inherited 2 beachfront lots in n.c. (+50k) and what is now his primary residence (valued at 65k). this july he decided to file bk and put his childsupport in the unsecured, non-priority section. since probate has not been completed neither property is deeded in his name. he listed the home as his primary residence but conveniently omitted the beach property. i hired an attorney since the family court will not pursue dead-beat dads during reorganization (57 months). by that time, the child will be over the age of 18. i mentioned the lots to my atty and he notified my ex's bk atty. ammended schedules now listing the beach property have been done. ? is this the proper order - to notify the petitioners bk atty and not the trustee? also, what kind of penalties are there for secreting assets - trying to keep them "under the radar?"
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