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chapter 7 bankruptcy filed by husband in divorce as wife moved

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chapter 7 bankruptcy filed by husband in divorce as wife moved money from banks before divorce , restrained the rest, then filed divorce while husband sent abroad by job. she stopped paying mortgages etc and debts lead to filing. She has now submitted an altered exaggerated scanned appraisal of a flat spouse owned abroad with an adversarial action in court against husband. She was with appraiser for this ordeal and seems to have altered some pages and it appears her handwriting is on a footnote on the appraisal. Her bankruptcy adversarial action attorney will not submit the original and the appraiser refuses to communicate. Husband is filing an objection to the appraisal. without access to the unaltered original how else may he pursue actions for this ? The bankruptcy trustee has been in the divorce court as an interested party to allow the divorce to proceed.
Submitted: 5 years ago.
Category: Bankruptcy Law
Expert:  Roger replied 5 years ago.
Hi - my name is XXXXX XXXXX I'm a Bankruptcy litigation attorney here to assist you.

In order for the appraisal to be admitted into court, the appraiser will have to testify in court that the appraisal is his original, true and accurate opinion.

If the appraiser doesn't testify, the appraisal will not be allowed. Also, you can subpoena the appraiser for all appraisals made on the property.
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