(Bankr. W.D. Ky. July 17, 2017)
The bankruptcy court enters judgment in favor of the lender, holding the debt owed by one of the debtors would not be discharged, pursuant to 11 U.S.C. § 523(a)(6). The debtor disregarded the lender’s security interest in his business’s inventory, using the proceeds of the inventory for personal expenses in violation of the security agreement. The court holds that the lender failed to present sufficient evidence to except the other debtor’s (the first debtor’s spouse) debt from discharge. Opinion below.
Attorney for Plaintiff: Martin W. Johnson
Attorney for Debtors: Steve Vidmer
Author: Matt Lindblom