Anthony's bankruptcy filing includes 15 pages of people who have made claims, including legal consultants, media consultants, authorities, the IRS and Anthony's parents. The most sizeable claim is from Anthony's former defense attorney Jose Baez who is says she owes him $500,000.
The filing details Anthony's personal property, which includes some 10-year-old furniture at her family home, a laptop, some clothing, a pearl necklace, family photos, books, a sapphire and opal ring, two digital cameras and a bike. The total value of the items is just over $1,000.
Greene said that bankruptcy offers Anthony a fresh start and the ability to start with a clean slate, debt-free.
"She is the perfect candidate because she has more bills than she can pay and they continue to increase and she can't go on and start any sort of road to normality until she puts all this behind her," he said.
Greene said he receives letters weekly from people trying capitalize on Anthony and hopes that the filing will deter people by showing "there's not money to be had."