IN RE JOHNSON
United States Bankruptcy Court, D. Maryland, Baltimore Division.
Filed: October 19, 2012.
36. In connection with Ms. Johnson's case, the Defendants prepared, among other things, the following documents:
a. Voluntary Chapter 7 Petition,
b. Bankruptcy Schedules A-J,
c. Statement of Financial Affairs,
d. Chapter 7 Statement of Current Monthly Income and Mean-Test Calculation, and
e. Application to Waive Chapter 7 Filing Fee.
37. Although the Defendants filled out and filed the various disclosures required of a non-attorney petition preparer, the Defendants did not provide true and accurate information on those disclosures and forms. Specifically, the Defendants indicated that Mancini's name was "A. Michael Scalia, BPP" and they provided a social security number that was not Mancini's true social security number.3