Robert Holstein was charged in two counts by the ARDC. The first one was for not paying a law firm a $24,000 judgment and the second was not disclosing he had a credit card in a Citation Judgment proceeding.
But the trial determined the credit cards were not his, they were his girlfriend’s. He continued to operate his law firm, paying bills, but not paying himself and did not pay the $24,000 judgement, tho he did repeatedly call the attorney and attempt to work out a payment plan. The law firm refused any payment plan.
Bob Holstein’s position was, he had to pay the immediate debts of the law firm, –phone, rent, utilities, salaries, in order to survive. I believe the Citation forms say a debtor can keep…
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