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Dismissed For No Payment

June 6, 2017, Nebraska –  Jones & Associates represented the defendant in this case, who received monthly interest payments from the debtor pursuant to a pre-petition contract. The trustee sought to avoid and recover the payments worth $1910,750.18 from our client.

We successfully established that of all the alleged payments, one was never received by our client and other payments were received in the ordinary course of business. We also successfully defeated fraudulent conveyance claims. The case was dismissed by the trustee for no payment.