(Bankr. W.D. Ky. Mar. 14, 2018)
The bankruptcy court denies the debtor’s motions to avoid two judicial liens. The underlying judgments were solely against the debtor’s spouse. At the time the judgment liens were recorded, the property was owned jointly by the debtor and his spouse. The property was then transferred solely to the debtor. The debtor argues the liens impair his exemptions. The court finds because the lien holders are not creditors of the debtor, the liens do not attach to the debtor’s interest in the property. Opinion below.
Attorney for Debtor: Julie Ann O’Bryan
Attorney for Creditors: Jeffrey Sexton
2018-03-14 – in re blankenship
Author: Matt Lindblom