You should provide your tax returns to your trustee at least 7 days prior to your 341a meeting of the creditors. You can file your financial management course certificate after you have your case number as long as its not more than 45 days after your 341a meeting of the creditors.
Although the pending collection cases are stayed. I would recommend notifying the state (and opposing counsel) court that you have filed for bankruptcy, there is a form on the state website for doing that. Yes, you will need to take the second course and file it with the court.
You definitely want to talk this over with your current attorney and let them know what the latest developments are.
Your bankruptcy attorney will be able to give you sound advice on whether you should modify your current chapter 13 bankruptcy, or convert to a chapter 7 when you and your husband are separated. They will be able to let you know the benefits/consequences of doing either option.
Generally, any association dues that are accrued prior to filing your bankruptcy will be dischargeable in a chapter 7 bankruptcy. However, any Association dues that accrue after the filing date of your bankruptcy will be non dischargeable.
If you need additional information, you should contact a bankruptcy attorney in your area.
For any of his medical bills that you are liable for (or personally guaranteed), those bills can be discharged. however, if you are not personally liable on some of the bills, those bills would not be dischargeable in your bankruptcy.
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An abstract judgment survives a chapter 7 bankruptcy unless the judgment was avoided during the course of the bankruptcy. If it was avoided, there are steps that you must take after receiving the Order of the judgment being avoided, to make sure that it is "removed" from your credit report, credit bureaus etc.
If it was not avoided in the bankruptcy, it can still be avoided by filing a motion to re-open the case, and a motion to avoid the abstract judgment. There is a $260 court filing fee...
Since you have attended your 341a meeting of the Creditors and submitted your financial management course, the only thing left for you to do is be patient (provided that the bankruptcy trustee files a report of no distribution, and you dont have any reaffirmation agreement hearings or adversary proceedings)