Given that Sean Dunne has engaged the Stamford “Bankruptcy Lawyer of the Year” James Berman, the omission of certain documents from the original bankruptcy filing in Connecticut on Good Friday is probably just an administrative matter, though I will say there is intense interest in Sean’s statement of financial affairs for a number of reasons including possible visa issues.
However, the bankruptcy court judge has now scheduled a hearing for 15th May 2013 in Bridgeport, Connecticut where the filing will be considered. The notice from the Judge above includes the usual threatening terms that he will “consider dismissal of your case. If you do not appear at the hearing and/or your documents are not filed on or before the hearing date, your case will be dismissed.”
So, Sean needs to start filing the documents which the Judge says were omitted from the original filing. Those documents will be brought to you here, as and when they are eventually filed.