I posted a general question asking how to go about contesting/revoking a Chapter 7 bankruptcy discharge that was granted to my ex-husband for in excess of $130K. My ex falsified a ton of information, even to the point of fabricating additional children, other ex-spouses, alimony, tuition, car payments, you name it. I am in disbelief that this type of crime was allowed to be permitted with zero investigation by the Trustee!
Ms. Woods provided me with solid guidance regarding the punishment for committing such acts of perjury on a bankruptcy filing, especially considering that these were intentional fabrications, falsifications, omissions, etc., and how they are punishable by imprisonment and hefty fines. While most other attorneys on Avvo advised me to leave well enough alone, Ms. Woods suggested that the discharge was well-worth investigating and attempting to have it revoked. She clearly provided me with the next steps, whom to contact, and what to expect. I wish that she practiced in New Jersey so that I could have her assist me. However, she kindly offered the name of a fellow Bankruptcy attorney in NJ to assist me.
I wish there were more honest, genuine, and helpful attorneys like her out there. Thank you!