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Kendall v. Turner (In re Turner)

Ruling: 
Home transfer was deemed an actually and constructively fraudulent transfer where the debtor set up alter ego companies to protect assets and defraud creditors.
Procedural posture: 
Two adversary proceedings were consolidated for trial. In one action, plaintiff, the chapter 7 trustee, brought a fraudulent transfer action against defendants, debtor's former spouse, et al. In the second action, plaintiffs, two individuals who alleged conduct against debtor in another matter that was found by a jury to be tortious, filed an objection to discharge action. The proceedings were before the court for decision following trial.
Issue: 
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