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Weigand-Omega Sued For Alleged Fraudulent Transfers


September 13, 2021, District of Kansas – Plaintiff Scott J. Goldstein, in his capacity as the Liquidating Agent of the Pixius Communications, LLC liquidating trust for the Debtor Pixius Communications, LLC sues Defendants Weigand-Omega Management, Inc. and 11 others for avoidance and recovery of “fraudulent transfers” worth $256K under Section 544 and 550 of the Bankruptcy Code.

It has been alleged by the Plaintiff that the Defendants “received transfers of funds” from the Debtor within four years before the petition date while the Debtor “was insolvent and did not provide reasonably equivalent value” in exchange for the said transfers. 

By way of background, Pixius Communications LLC was a Wichita-based, high-speed internet provider that filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy in September 2020. Weigand-Omega Management, Inc. provides management services for apartment communities, hotels/resorts, retail properties, office buildings. The case is In re Pixius Communications, LLC, Case Number : 19-11749 in the United States Bankruptcy Court for District of Kansas.