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My question would be, how to report a possible bankruptcy fraud. My brother has no personal information for his wife. He can provide the bill for the 140,000 home equity she took out 3 years ago and possibly the 25,000 cancelled check given to her. We feel strongly that this money is somewhere. Like I mentioned, there is no evidence to substanciate all the money. They live a very modest life, there home is small with no updates. I'm not sure where to call and if they would be able to investigate whether she disclosed this money. We can only provide her name and address.
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The first step would be to get a copy of your brother's wife's Bankruptcy petition from the clerk at the Bankruptcy court. If after looking it over, it appears there are assets - such as money - that are missing, the next step would be to report this possible fraud to the Bankruptcy trustee, whose name and contact information you can also get from the Bankruptcy court clerk.
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