Believing that “frivolous motions or appeals are more likely to be found in the mortgageforeclosure context” than in other areas of the law, a panel in the Appellate Court’s Third District has
issued a call that “it is incumbent upon the courts, both trial and appellate, to impose sanctions for . . .
frivolous conduct designed to help defendants remain in their home, with little regard for the law.”
No circumstances ever justify an attorney filing a bankruptcy petition, including its related schedules and statement of financial affairs, “without first obtaining a debtor’s actual signature on the documents,” a bankruptcy judge from the Central District of Illinois recently heldRead More