The documents on Equitatus’ blog are worth reviewing. In the end, Kaplan and his firm will likely be representing Maribel & Walter. While it costs us money (that we don’t have) every time papers are filed and court appearances occur, we gain a deeper insight into the affairs of the entities and the individuals, which is highly beneficial. Transparency benefits us.
UPDATE: Forgot to mention that a mailing arrived yesterday from Kaplan. Yesterday was, of course, June 7, 2011. The enclosure was the “Notice of Chapter 11 Bankruptcy Case, Meeting of Creditors, & Deadlines form stating, amongst other items, that the Meeting of Creditors was taking place on June 6, 2011. Talk about proper noticing…we can’t believe a word Kaplan says. This, of course, makes him no different from his clients.