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Chapter 7 Trustee Todd Frealy’s Contact Info

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Hello Friends,

Here is Chapter 7 Trustee Todd Frealy’s contact information:

Todd A. Frealy 
3403 Tenth Street
Suite 709
Riverside, CA 92501
Phone: (951) 784-4122
Fax: (951) 784-7143

From time to time, people call me asking for Mr. Frealy’s information.

Above is his information.

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installment loans Bankruptcy Information Sheet

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As we have said in previous posts, ask your client to read the US Trustee’s Information Sheet. The green form. If your client has not read it, then chapter 7 trustee Mr. Frealy places you client at the end of the line. This form is in English, Spanish and many other languages. http://www.woolieewe.com/approved-cash-advance.html

What you might not know is that in the hearing room, the trustee has a white booklet that has the bankruptcy information in several ...

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Trustee Frealy asks for bank statements

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This week I appeared in front of Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Trustee Todd Frealy on his calendar for meetings of creditors. Along with his typical questions, he has started asking the debtors for copies of the bank statements they have. The bank statements are to show the balance in their accounts on the day of the filing. This balance should comport with the balance listed in schedule “B” of the schedules and Schedule “C’ of the exemptions.

 

This may prove costly to ...

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Bankruptcy Interior Inspection of Property

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Today in Riverside Bankruptcy Trustee Todd Frealy’s hearing calendar there was a debtor who had a house. The house was valued in his petition for a certain amount. When Trustee Frealy reviewed the petition he ran a “zillow.com” appraisal on the property. The value on the zillow.com was higher than was listed in the petition. This is a common occurrence as the web based valuation service are estimates. The web sites are rough guesses on what the property ...

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best payday loans Changes at the Riverside Bankruptcy Hearings

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Riverside Bankruptcy Trustee Todd Frealy no longer has the debtors fill out a written questionnaire prior to examining the debtor at the creditors meetings. He still requires the Debtors to read the green information sheet before he examines them. If the Debtor has not read the green sheet, then the debtor will not be examined and his matter is trailed on the calendar. funds supply

Practice pointer: Some attorneys routinely send their clients the US Department ...

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Over Bidders at Bankruptcy Auctions

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The other day I was speaking with Riverside Chapter 7 Trustee Todd Frealy. He said that he has been involved in several auctions for chapter 7 trustees where there have been “over-bidders” on the property. This means that the property the trustee collects that is not-exempt is then sold to bidders at an auction at a price that is more than expected. The Trustee will usually make a deal with the debtor to have the debtor “buy back” ...

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False Social Security Numbers and Bankruptcy

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Recently I was in the meeting of creditors room on cases assigned to Riverside Chapter 7 Trustee Todd Frealy. The morning calendar started and several cases were heard with no problems. Then a series of spanish speaking debtors appeared and the hearings had to be done in Spanish. As you may know, an interpreter is provided to any debtor that requests one. This is done free of charge by the US government. Over 170 languages are available as the translators ...

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Bankruptcy Education: Law v. Siegel

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Law v. Siegel, 134 S.Ct. 1188 (March 4, 2014)

The surcharge of a homestead exemption.` In Law v. Siegel, Debtor Mr. Law filed bankruptcy in California in 2004. He listed as have a first mortgage with Washington Mutual and a second mortgage with another entity. The second mortgage took up what would be the equity in the real property. After much litigation it was found that the second mortgage was not valid and fraudulent. The real property did in fact have ...

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Transferring a bankruptcy asset to living trust

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Last week I attended the Inland Empire Bankruptcy Forum’s seminar on “Disclosed and Undisclosed assets in Chapter 7: the Trustee wants to sell my home & steal my exemption! Now what?”

Chapter 7 Riverside Trustee Todd Frealy was a presenter at the event and gave the trustee’s perspective. This post and next post I will talk about what was discussed.

Today we talk about the problem of a debtor transferring a house to a revocable living trust. Generally the debtor is the ...

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11 USC 341(d) Notice from US Trustee

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Riverside Bankruptcy Trustee Todd Frealy has duties that he must accomplish when he asks the debtors questions at the meeting of creditors. One of the duties is to make sure the debtors at the meeting of creditors have read the informational handout put out by the United States Trustee.

In Riverside, California this information is copied on a white legal sized pice of paper and is available on a tray on the desk which the Chapter 7 Trustee sits ...

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