Tuesday, April 6, 2010

Rogers handling Bankruptcy clients?

According to this recent document, Kelly G Rogers is now handling bankruptcy filings for individual clients. In a Chapter 7 filing (case number 09-43972) Kelly Rogers submitted a document to keep Marco Frattarelli's case from being dismissed due to a failure to file the required declarations.

According to the document; On January 22nd the court entered its order to dismiss the case for reasons of not following the rules. On January 29th, 2010, the counsel of record files a motion to ask the court to reconsider the order to dismiss the case because the debtor’s council experienced an "Administrative procedural oversight". The possible reasons for this oversight?

First, Kelly G Rogers is in a Bankruptcy battle of his own. To review; Rogers has filed Chapter 11, hoping to reorganize $4.6 Million owed to over 70 creditors vs. having his estate liquidated and paying the money owed. Proceedings should conclude this month. Second, Rogers has been indicted for misappropriation of over $435,000 from Lionheart Energy. His trial date has been set for July 19th, 2010. Third, according to his own bankruptcy filing, Rogers is embroiled in some SIX lawsuits including; DK Joint Venture vs. Richard Weyand, TIFD III-X vs. Richard Weyand, The Stephen and Robin Perry Family Trust vs. Kelly Rogers, Rio Grande Mining LLC vs. Kelly G Rogers, Plains Capital Bank vs. Kelly Rogers and Series C LP vs. Kelly Rogers. Fourth, Rogers is trying to sell  his 8 Riva Ridge, Frisco, Texas home. It was this remodeling job that seemed to trigger a variety of issues that could explain this oversight.  

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Speaking as a former bankruptcy client I can tell you this guy should be disbarred. He has no clue on what needs to be done and how to do it. It is a shame that he suckers in people to take their money and does no work. He is constantly working on new scams to raise money. What a shame.