Ghost-Writing Law and Legal Definition

Ghost-writing is “the act of an attorney anonymously drafting or guiding the drafting of a substantial portion of a pleading or various pleadings for a litigant with the actual and constructive knowledge that the work will be presented pro se in some similar form to a court.” In re Mungo, 305 B.R. 762, 768 (Bankr. D.S.C. 2003)