Monday, October 24, 2022

Dear Esther Post: Perhaps I can be of assistance.

It was back in August:

If Ms. Post wants advice on how to deal with people who use personal bankruptcy to escape the consequences of their assholishness, I might be able to help.

If you know what I mean.

P.S. While it's always tempting to oppose someone's bankruptcy if you think they're concealing assets, another strategy is to allow the bankruptcy to proceed, at which time you have the right to question the bankrupt under oath, and they are obligated to turn over all of their assets since, technically, they don't own them anymore, the assets now being the property of the trustee.

Even if someone is in bankruptcy, there are a lot of ways they can screw that up. Just ask Patrick Ross.


RossOwesDay said...

Surely Twatrick's day(s) being questioned under oath will be coming very soon?

CC said...

At some point, yes, but Patrick has so many other pressing issues at the moment. Given his hideously unwise decision to sue bunches of people for millions of dollars for calling him an "asshat," Patrick is now on the clock to respond to the Statements of Defense that have been personally served on him.

Even worse, Peter Skinner has already filed a Motion to Dismiss Patrick's idiocy based on Patrick being a pathetic bankrupt without a trustee who is years behind on his obligations to the OSB, so I'm just going to hang out until that ruling comes out.

There's more but pop back tomorrow to learn what it is.