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If someone who files a personal Bankruptcy owns an LLC, and is the only owner of that LLC, all the assets of the LLC belong to the personal Bankruptcy estate, whether or not the state fees are current.
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Yes - what you described is Bankruptcy fraud.
The easiest way is to contact the Bankruptcy trustee that was assigned to the case. If you do not know who that is, you can get that information from the clerk at the Bankrutpcy court.
If the Bankruptcy trustee is able to recover hidden assets because of your report, you may be able to get a commission (5%) of the value of the assets the trustee recovers.
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