California Bankruptcy Fraud: Section 727 Denial of Bankruptcy Discharge – Why Debtors Must Be Honest

Posted by on Aug 25, 2011 in Discharge in Bankruptcy | 6 comments

If you are concerned about the ramifications of California bankruptcy fraud, this article is for you.

Not everyone who files bankruptcy is entitled to a California bankruptcy discharge.   For those debtors who are dishonest, or inexplicably destroyed or lost records and documents necessary for complete review of the debtor’s case, a 727 claim may be brought under the Bankrtupcy Code against the debtor by an adversely affected party of interest.  This article reviews the different approaches in settling 727 claims in bankruptcy cases and bankruptcy discharges.   All debtors and bankruptcy practitioners should be familiar with these approaches should a 727 claim be at issue.

Click here for the complete legal article regarding section 727 settlements written by bankruptcy attorney Jeffrey Hsu.

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