Grant v. Granader (In re Granader)

(6th Cir. Oct. 12, 2016)

The Sixth Circuit affirms the bankruptcy court’s order denying the creditor’s motion to reopen the case. The debtor’s ex-spouse filed the motion four years after the debtor received his discharge. The ex-spouse argued that an obligation arising out of their divorce proceedings should be declared non-dischargeable. The court holds the bankruptcy court did not abuse its discretion in denying the motion. Opinion below.

Per Curiam

Attorney for creditor: Aaron J. Scheinfield

Attorneys for debtor: Silverman & Morris, Geoffrey Lewis Silverman, Karin F. Avery

2016-10-12-in-re-granader

Attorney: Matt Lindblom

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