In re McGill (16-40367)
The creditor filed a Motion to Dismiss with Prejudice. At the hearing, the parties stipulated to the dismissal of the case. The only issue addressed at the hearing was whether the case would be dismissed with prejudice. The Court found that the Debtors continually failed to comply with the Court’s orders on Bankruptcy Rule 2004 examinations. The Court found the Debtors’ conduct warranted a 36-month bar from filing a bankruptcy case for the husband-debtor and a 12-month bar for the wife-debtor.