A New Jersey attorney is the subject of a legal malpractice complaint for allegedly failing to properly preserve a marital tort claim as an exception to discharge. Asma J. Warsi v. Adrian J. Johnson (Case No. MID-L-001023-22, Super. Ct. of N.J., Middlesex County); In re Chaundry, 569 B.R. 372 (Bankr. D. N.J. 2017). In Chaundry, Creditor Wife had a marital tort claim against Debtor Husband for alleged domestic violence, abuse, and sexual assault. Marital tort claims are called “Tevis claims” in New Jersey. See Tevis v . . .
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