merely duplicates the Merediths’ claim and should be disallowed. See In re Morton, 1993 WL
13152213 (Bankr. E.D. Va. Aug. 9, 1993)(Section 502(e) “requires disallowance of the claim for
. . .contribution of a co-debtor. . .unless the claim of the creditor has been paid in full.”) Further,
allowing Kentor’s claim for contribution could result in a windfall to him as he might receive
payment but not use those funds to pay the Merediths.
Kentor’s asserted contingent right of contribution under the Meredith Loan gives him
standing to pursue his Complaint Objecting to Discharge against Dr. Thompson. All claims listed
in Kentor’s proof of claim are disallowed for the reasons stated above. Orders of evendate herewith
will be entered.