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What is the name of your state? I'm in Indiana. WE recently found out that an uncle had received substational amounts of money over the last 10 years. Not only stealing from his own fathers bank account but also receiving early inheritance from him. In the process he had filed chapter 7 on $46,000 worth of debt. He knew he was going to be getting this money and still filed. The bankruptcy has been discharged. How do we go about reporting this info to the Bankruptcy courts?


Senior Member
7 years ago-you got to be kidding!
BK's are a public record. Contact the court where he filed and find out the name of the trustee and report your suspicions if you feel you must. Don't expect anything to happen given the time that's lapsed.


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Thank you so much for your reply. Our family has been investigating him for a couple of years. We did a search and found out about the bankruptcy. He stole approx 200,000 from his father over the last 20 some years and has received approx 150,000 in inheritances from not only his dad (who is still alive) but an uncle and a widow (he befriended). Someone has to stop him. He has never worked a day in his life and he is around 65 and lives off disability and welfare. It's amazing!!

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