In a decision from the 6th Circuit Court of Appeals, that court affirmed the Bankrupcty Court's original decision when a former husband appealed a decision that ordered him to cough up nearly $5,000 arising out of a fraudulent transfer during the divorce. This is clearly a case of "be careful what you wish for!" Not only did the 6th Circuit find that ex-H owed the Trustee in Bankruptcy that amount--but the Court went further. At the end of the day, ex-H was ordered to restore over $47,000 to the Trustee.
How did that happen?