There is intense anticipation in Ireland, the US and elsewhere about Sean Dunne’s financial affairs, and as part of his bankruptcy application in the US state of Connecticut, he is required to provide extensive information on his financial affairs which will include a “Schedule of Assets and Liabilities”, a “Means Test” and a “Statement of Financial Affairs”
Yesterday in the Connecticut bankruptcy court, the lawyer acting for Sean requested an extension of time to file these all-important documents, which were due yesterday. The requested extension was to 27th April 2013 and the extension was granted by the court.
In making the application, Sean’s lawyer, the award winning James Berman said:
“Although most of the information required for the Schedules has already been assembled, Mr. Dunne and his professionals require the requested extension due to the extent and complexity of Mr. Dunne’s historical financial affairs and the necessity to review and translate the information already assembled into the form required by the Schedules.”
There are fingers being tapped in anticipation on both sides of the Atlantic.
[The application for the extension and the granting of it are available here]