Could Walter’s days of sipping coffee on this Rossmoor terrace be limited?
On behalf of Trustee Fred Hjelmeset, attorney Tracy Green has filed an objection to Walter’s many exemptions in his personal bankruptcy case, including challenging the exemption of his new digs in Rossmoor, because it exceeds the $146,450 cap he’s allowed for a homestead.
While the investors have spent countless hours digging through old files in search of documents to support your claims and filings with the FBI and bankruptcy courts, take heart that Walter will now be digging through his files to prove the the source of funds in his bank accounts.
Those who have lost your IRA accounts to the Ng family could soon find Walter in your club, since the trustee is objecting to Walter’s exemption claim to keep his IRA “because the account was involved in prohibited transactions.”
droid attorney challenge any of this? He’s already racked up over a quarter of a million dollars in legal fees, without being able to answer almost any question the judge asked, or making even an attempt at a repayment plan for chapter 11. What’s it going to cost us if Kaplan actually has to write or file something?
Looks like Walter might finally get some sense of the financial squeeze he’s put so many others in. But even if the trustee succeeds on every objection, Walter will still be living better than many of the people who trusted him with their life savings or retirement funds. Maybe Kelly will let them stay in a room at his 6441 square foot house, unless a future trustee lays claim to that too, along with Barney and Bruce’s McMansions. We can hope.
Read the whole filing here.