April 3rd, 2006 by Questions
I HAVE MADE SEVERAL COMPLAINTS ABOUT MY Licensed Insolvency Trustee TO CAIRP. MY EX-WIFE HAS CONTINUOUSLY BEEN OPPOSING MY DISCHARGE. MY EX WAS GIVEN CREDITOR STATUS IN MY ESTATE, AND THUS ALLOWED TO VIEW MY BOOKS AND RECORDS, AND OPPOSE MY DISCHARGE, BECAUSE OF A RETROACTIVE CHILD SUPPORT ORDER WHICH WAS ISSUED THREE MONTHS “AFTER” IF FILED FOR BANKRUPTCY. I HAVE RECENTLY BEEN TOLD THAT BECAUSE OF SECTION 121(4) OF THE BIA, MY EX IS DOES NOT HAVE A PROVABLE CLAIM NOR SHOULD SHE HAVE BEEN ALLOWED CREDITOR STATUS. I BELIEVE THAT THE TRUSTEE HAS ERRED IN ALLOWING HER IN AS CREDITOR. WHAT CAN I DO ABOUT THIS NOW? I HAVE BEEN UNDISCHARGED FOR 3 YEARS BECAUSE OF MY EX’S CONSTANT OPPOSITION. CAN I TAKE LEGAL ACTION AGAINST THE TRUSTEE FOR HIS ERROR?
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