http://www.DuncanLawOnline.comAfter filing bankruptcy you will have to attend a 341 meeting or creditors' meeting. At the creditors' meeting you will be asked a handful of questions. It is imperative that you attend this meeting and are prepared for the questions that you may be ...
What is the 341 meeting? Randy M. Creighton, Esq., of Black LoBello concludes this 12 part series on how to file bankruptcy by explaining the final step in the bankruptcy process called the 341 meeting in which the person filing bankruptcy must answer questions from creditors.
There is at least one court date or meeting that a person filing for bankruptcy must attend. This is known as the 341 meeting of creditors and it occurs approximately 4-5 weeks after the case is filed.
Bankruptcy Attorney Eric Bolves explains the steps to filing a
bankruptcy. These steps include gather information, preparing the
petition, going to the creditors meeting and the discharge. Chapter 13
cases include an additional step; the confirmation hearing where th...
The bankruptcy court will send you information letting you know the status of your bankruptcy case. Traditionally, after going to the creditors' meeting you will receive a discharge and then a final decree. Your bankruptcy is not complete until you have gotten the order from the ...
Every debtor is required to appear at a creditors' meeting
conducted by a trustee who asks the debtor questions about the debtor's
financial condition and gives creditors the opportunity to do the same.