Former Wisconsin D.A. files for bankruptcy

by DeLadurantey Law Office, LLC on April 25, 2012

Last week, a former District Attorney in Wisconsin, who resigned after he charged with making sexually inappropriate comments to women, has now filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy protection.

According to bankruptcy documents, the former D.A. listed nearly 34 creditors in the petition. One large creditor is the man’s lawyer who has been representing him in civil suit.

The D.A. has not yet paid the lawyer regarding a lawsuit that was filed by a woman after she claimed that he sent her inappropriate messages through text message, while the D.A. was in the middle of a prosecuting the woman’s boyfriend, who allegedly abused her. The former D.A. will also face a three-day trial in June for the case and state officials are requesting that his license to practice law is suspended.

If you or a loved one has been considering filing for bankruptcy after struggling with debt, you need representation that can help to explain all of your options as well as discuss which is best for you. Contact the Milwaukee Chapter 7 bankruptcy lawyers of the DeLadurantey Law Office, LLC, by calling 414-377-0518 today.

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