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Case… dismissed.

It's about time.

It's about time.

10-21883 A*****y Serin and A*** Serin

Case type: bk
Chapter: 13
Asset: Yes
Vol: v
Hon.: Thomas Holman
Date filed: 01/27/2010
Date of last filing: 04/23/2010
Plan confirmed: 04/06/2010

Debtor dismissed: 04/22/2010
Joint debtor dismissed: 04/22/2010

Case Summary

Office: Sacramento
Filed:  01/27/2010
County: Sacramento      
Debtor dismissed:  04/22/2010
Joint debtor dismissed:  04/22/2010

Joint: y

Debtor disposition: Dismissed for failure to make plan payments
Joint debtor disposition: Dismissed for failure to make plan payments
   
Nature of debt: consumer
   
Trustee: Jan P. Johnson
City: Sacramento
Phone: 916-492-8001   
   
Party 1: Serin, A*****y   (xxx-xx-****)   (Debtor)
Party 2: Serin, A****  (xxx-xx-****)   (Joint Debtor)
   
Atty: Peter G. Macaluso
Represents party 1: Debtor      
Phone:      916-392-6591
Atty: Peter G. Macaluso
Represents party 2: Joint Debtor      
Phone:      916-392-6591

Location of case files: 
Volume:   CS1
The case file may be available.

Sorry for not posting anything these last few days. Real life has a way of messing around with things you really mean to do.

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Comments on: "Case… dismissed." (10)

  1. So this means what? Game on again for the creditors? Foreclosure? And to think Casey’s phone number is all over the place because he’s got that one ending in 2012. I’m sure no creditor will phone him and ask for mum or dad, would they? Anyway, where will MurseBoi live next?

  2. Don’t worry, I’m sure a miracle™ will happen to Casey and the Serin Crime Family.

  3. Isle Bight said:

    So the Serins are again liable for $150k in credit card debt we thought they had walked away from, and the foreclosure proceedings can resume. This is such a boneheaded thing for ma and pa to do that it’s hard to believe they didn’t fall into one of Casey’s “mortgage elimination” scams. The judge, predictably, threw them out of court and now they could end up homeless.

    Unfortunately, the U.S. is the land of endless second chances. It doesn’t appear that the Serins fall into one of the categories that would prevent them from refiling the chapter 13 for 180 days. So, if they come to their senses, they could go back into BK and this time adhere to their repayment plan, save their house and eliminate their unsecured debt. This being the Serins, it’s hard to believe sanity will prevail. They’ll undoubtedly pursue some scam to try and get around the system and end up worse off than when they started.

    • Homosexual Con Artist said:

      I wrote on the C.I. thread that it wouldn’t surprise me if they attempt to draw out proceedings by arguing ineffective counsel. This Macaluso fellow appears to be fairly sleazy in his own right.

      Would they really be allowed to go back into Chap. 13 bankruptcy after this debacle? They didn’t even attempt to make one token payment. Why should this judge believe it would be different the next time around? It’s obvious they’re just trying to buy more and more time to live for free in the house [that the bank owns]. You’re right though, these thieving gypsies will likely just latch on to some new scam — it would be hilarious if they’ve bought into Casey’s Freedom Club/A4V nonsense.

      • These criminals were offered the opportunity to keep their house while walking away from almost $200,000 in debts.

        And they blew it. Karma sucks.

  4. Hey, you don’t need to cross out the last four digits of their SSNs. Those were legitimately written in the original file. 🙂

    Moot point anyway, since the whole Internet knows their socials by now. heh.

  5. Semi-Vegan Cucumber Eating Lion said:

    Although this is damning with faint praise, I’m actually impressed with Casey’s Daily Miracles. He’s kept at it for 12 days. For him, that’s the longest he’s ever kept at something.

  6. Anonymous said:

    Homosexual Con Artist :I wrote on the C.I. thread that it wouldn’t surprise me if they attempt to draw out proceedings by arguing ineffective counsel. This Macaluso fellow appears to be fairly sleazy in his own right.
    Would they really be allowed to go back into Chap. 13 bankruptcy after this debacle?

    I’m not a lawyer, so my opinion is based solely on an internet search. By falling behind in their payment plan, the Serins didn’t violate either of the criteria that would make them subject to the 180 waiting period for re-filing. Specifically, they didn’t violate a court order or fail to appear at a hearing (as far as we know), nor did they request voluntary dismissal. They may, however, have violated rule 9011, which says that BK filings cannot be used for “improper purpose, such as to harass or to cause unnecessary delay.” It’s very possible that a judge might rule that a second filing after making no attempt whatsoever to follow the repayment plan of the first BK is simply an effort to delay foreclosure. Even then the Serins might be allowed to prove the seriousness of their intentions the second time around by showing up in court with enough cash to pay a month or two of the repayment plan.

  7. Tend to agree with the above. Though I did read somewhere that if they refile then their credit record shows two bankruptcies. Is there some competition I don’t know about to get the worst FICO in CA? Is it mum, dad or Casey? Who knows?

  8. […] case you need a bit of a background – The Serins are bankrupt, foreclosed, and they haven’t paid a single cent out of their bankruptcy agreement. This would be enough […]

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