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Keith D. Collier’s Law Office sued for bankruptcy violations

Elena Escamilla, a staff attorney for U.S. Trustee, Donald F. Walton, filed a law suit against Keith D. Collier for violations including: Sanctions for Violation of the Automatic Stay, Injunctive Relief, Violation of Discharge Injunction an Conflict of Interest Resulting in Disgorgement of Fees.

If you entered into a deferred payment plan whereby you made payments after the filing of a Chapter 7 bankruptcy or post-petition payments outside the plan in a Chapter 13, you may not have any obligation to make these payments and you may be entitled to a full refund of all payments made thus far. You should discuss your specific circumstances with a Florida attorney.

This is not the first time Middle District of Florida (which includes Orlando, Jacksonville, Tampa and Ocala) has ruled that actions which appear synonymous are inappropriate. See Walton v. Clark & Washington.

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