Trinity Trustee Seeks Judgment Compelling Defendants to Deliver Debtor Records & Missing Funds
November 10, 2021, Eastern District of California – Trustee Kimberly J. Husted for Debtor Trinity River Construction, Inc.’s bankruptcy estate brings a lawsuit against Defendants Ronald Jurin and Wendy Jurin. The Trustee requests the Court to compel the Defendants to provide access to Trinity’s records and missing information and to avoid transfers worth $1,040,061.89 together with accrued interest as “fraudulent conveyances”.
Specifically, the complaint asserts that the Defendants “controlled” the Debtor’s financial accounts and credit transactions and “possessed” Trinity’s records and missing funds. The Trustee alleges that the Debtor’s records and missing funds are of significant value to the estate and because the Defendants “did not respond” to the Trustee’s requests for access to the Debtor’s books and financial statements, the Trustee is entitled to a judgment compelling Defendants to account for and deliver the Debtor records, missing funds, and their proceeds to the Trustee. The Trustee also seeks judgment awarding compensatory civil sanctions against the Defendants for their “willful violation” of the automatic stay until the Debtor records and missing funds are returned to the Trustee.
In re: TRINITY RIVER CONSTRUCTION, INC., Case No.: 21-21659-B-7