Reprinted from Norton Bankruptcy Law Adviser, October 2014, with permission*
By Hon. Thomas F. Waldron, Bankr. S.D. Ohio (Retired)
This article reviews published decisions discussing attorney for debtor fees in consumer bankruptcy cases, in a variety of circumstances - all with negative results for the attorney—including fee denials, fee disgorgements, additional sanctions, limitations on practice in bankruptcy court and subsequent state court actions suspending attorney practice.
BACKGROUND: BY WAY OF EXPLANATION, NOT EXCUSE
The payment of fees to an attorney for a debtor was easier when funds were available from the . . .
It looks like you are not signed in or registered! This content is only available to members.
Or Sign In Below: