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In re Kelley

Debtors, through their attorney, issued a subpoena to a creditor to obtain documents relating to a potential claim that the debtors might have had against the creditor regarding an alleged improper setoff of debtors'social security benefits. The creditor sought to quash the subpoena because it was issued without the debtors first obtaining a court order permitting them to examine the creditor.
Subpoena from debtor's attorney to creditor quashed in absence of required examination.
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