Trinh v. DK Clients, 19th Judicial District Court for East Baton Rouge Parish, Case No. 602302.

Ms. Holland secured a full dismissal of all claims, with prejudice, against her clients, a New Orleans area attorney and law firm through motion for summary judgment. The attorney and firm were sued by former bankruptcy clients, a husband and his ex -wife, who were denied bankruptcy relief when they were accused by the Bankruptcy Trustee of attempting to protect their assets from seizure through a divorce scheme that transferred ownership of their assets to the  ex-wife and left the liabilities in the husband’s name, to be discharged in bankruptcy. Summary Judgment was granted when the trial court found that there was no genuine issue of material fact that the plaintiffs’ attempt to conceal and shield their assets from the bankruptcy court, included a deliberate attempt to conceal those transactions from their attorney, as well.