Legal Advice for Creditors Meeting — 70 results
Written by attorney Clint Dunaway, about 1 year ago.
Per the U.S. bankruptcy code everyone who files for personal bankruptcy is required to attend a 341 Meeting of Creditors. Because the requirement is found in section 341 of the bankruptcy... more
Written by attorney Jason Lee James, almost 4 years ago.
Many people get worried about the 341 Meeting of Creditors. It sounds
ominous, but in reality, it's not. Here's what to expect: -arrive 15 minutes early, to make sure you find the... more
Written by attorney Clint Dunaway, over 1 year ago.
Approximately 30 to 45 days after your bankruptcy case is filed, you will need to attend a 341 hearing. There are several reasons for the Section 341 Meeting of Creditors. The first reason... more
Written by attorney Gregory Atwood, 9 months ago.
Are you being harassed by creditors with phone calls and letters? We can help get them off your back
At Atwood Mcvay, we understand the levels that creditors will stoop... more
Written by attorney John Rogers, 10 months ago.
Yes. All of the debts have to be scheduled, with the name and address of the creditors. This is so that they can receive notice of the bankruptcy, and get their fair share of any... more
Written by attorney George Giddens, 10 months ago.
Whenever an individual or corporate debtor files bankruptcy, federal law demands that they submit a list of all the creditors to whom they owe money. Some creditors such as the IRS and... more
Written by attorney Dean Paolucci, about 4 years ago.
Many people get worried about the 341 Meeting of Creditors. It sounds ominous, but in reality, it's not. Here's what to expect:
-arrive 15 minutes early, to make sure you find the meeting... more
Written by attorney Shirin Sara Afar, about 5 years ago.
When is Meeting of Creditors Held? The Meeting of Creditors is generally held 20-40 days after the filing of the bankruptcy petition. Once the debtor answers pertinent questions about... more
Written by attorney Brian Lerner, over 3 years ago.
Before the 341(a) creditors meeting (which the debtor is required
to attend), the debtor must provide the following information to the
Chapter 13 trustee: (1) Tax returns:
Written by attorney Jennifer Jakob, over 4 years ago.
Who must attend: The Trustee, you, and your attorney if you are represented by one. The Trustee is the person who conducts the hearing and asks you questions. Who is invited: All the... more