Pastor C.L. Jackson Refuses to Pay Judgement and Fraudulently Transfers Property to Wife
A prominent black pastor fraudulently transferred his church-owned home to his wife to duck a $75,000 judgment, an accounting firm claims in court.
MacFarlane and Associates sued Pleasant Grove Missionary Baptist Church, its pastor C.L. Jackson and his wife, Bettie Jackson, in Harris County Court.
His church refused to pay for accounting services provided by plaintiff MacFarlane and Associates, P.C.
The accounting firm claims after more than a year of trying to collect from Pleasant Grove, it had no choice but to sue.
When the case went to trial this year, Pleasant Grove’s attorneys claimed MacFarlane overbilled for its services, MacFarlane says.
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