Day: September 23, 2019

Discharge Denied When Debtor’s Case Fails the Smell Test

In re Wilson, 2016 Bankr. Lexis 995 (Bankr. D. Md. March 30, 2016) Robert Horace Wilson (“Debtor”), a practicing orthopedic surgeon, filed a Chapter 7 bankruptcy case to stay the collection efforts of his largest creditor (“Creditor”). Debtor’s nonfiling spouse (“Spouse”) also was a physician. In his original Schedules, Debtor disclosed monthly income of nearly $18,000, and ownership interests inmedical practice, and an entity called Spike Club, LLC (“Spike”), which owned a gentlemen’s club. Those Schedules, which by Debtor’s admission were incomplete and inaccurate, also disclosed only minimal bona fide claims against him apart from Creditor’s claim and dramatically understated

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