Really apparently you know nothing of bankruptcy.<quoted text>
T-REX, don't forget, this girl has no job and no assets.
The debts she's listed need not be proven as owing by Casey......just the opposite is true for any listed creditor who objects. That's why they have a creditor's hearing.
Simply put, regardless if the debts are real or not, once her case is discharged, all it means is, the amounts listed for the creditors listed will be forever more, cancelled.
As to Baez, Casey signed a retainer agreement with him in 2008, almost 2 years prior to being declared indigent. So his costs prior to the indigence ruling (when he became pro-bono), would still be considered viable debts, and that's why she has listed the amount owed to him.
PS> I was giving you a hypothetical as to her creditors/debts......no doubt she has documentation for these liabilities.
She may have to explain how she amassed a 500,000 dollar debt while being incarcerated and on probation and to the others as well.
She will have to show where she made attempt's to pay them.
The debtor's will have to show where they factually gave her money or services with a signed agreement.
If they do show where they had an agreement with her for restitution,they may have to explain why they gave her money or services while knowing she is unemployed and unemployable.
Casey has to include every debt,which means
rent,utilities,food,medical,sc hooling as well.
Now the interesting part may be if the Feds investigates which could happen,is why these people our considering her a debtor after swearing in court they are all pro-bono,representing her free of charge.Fla may want an explanation also.
Now lets add that if these are allowed and forgiven,I am sure Baez,Mason,Simm's,Lyon's,etc will claim those debts as a loss on thier taxes, and thats when the shyt will hit the fan.
Like I said before all Casey has done is open a huge can of worms.