- Case Type:
- Case Status:
- BAP No. CC-18-1222-LSF (9th Circuit, Apr 11,2019) Not Published
- Debtor's sanctions and costs ordered paid by the California Supreme Court as a condition of reinstatement of her law license were nondischargeable.
- Procedural context:
- Debtor filed for chapter 13 relief. Bankruptcy court converted her chapter 13 case to chapter 7. Debtor brought an adversary proceeding. Debtor sought, among other things, a declaration that sanctions and costs ordered paid by the California Supreme Court as a condition of reinstatement of her law license were dischargeable. Bankruptcy court concluded that sanctions and costs were nondischargeable under section 523(a)(7).
- Debtor was a licensed attorney in California. Debtor was suspended.
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