Creditors’ Committee Files Motion to Dismiss Archdiocese of New Orleans Bankrutpcy

by Frank E. Lamothe, III

The Creditors’ Committee (which includes survivors of alleged abuse) has filed a motion to dismiss the Archdiocese of New Orleans bankruptcy. The Committee says that the bankruptcy was filed “in bad faith” because the intent was not to reorganize or respond to a financial crisis (or any other valid reorganizational purpose), but instead to gain a litigation advantage by blocking their lawsuits.

Here is an article about this filed motion by David Hammer in The Advocate, “Abuse Victims Want Plan Tossed.”

Lamothe Law Firm has been handling child sexual abuse cases against the Catholic Church for years, providing unparalleled advocacy for survivors of sexual abuse in Louisiana. We understand how difficult it can be to come forward, which is why we are here to provide support every step of the way. Our intake team are often the first people survivors confide in about their experience, and we are proud to provide a safe environment in which to do so.

If you are a survivor of child sexual abuse by a clergy member or any other employee of the New Orleans Diocese, please do not hesitate to contact us.

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