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Confessed judgment may be nondischargeable (access required)

Where a confessed judgment was the result of the debtor originally breaching a payment obligation in his separation agreement, the ex-wife’s complaint plausibly alleged it was nondischargeable as debt “in connection with” a divorce or separation. Background Kent David Burstein and Yvette Nonte separated on March 2, 2010. They then entered into a separation agreement that, among ...