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Do i required in 431 meeting to prove to my credit card creditors my income at the time i applied to the cards first place ?

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.. that in case they show up to the meeting . thanks

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No, extremely unlikely they would show up. Do not worry about the 341.

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Take your social security card, passport and/or driver's license. Proof of ID and SS. Answer the questions honestly and directly. It is doubtful that a credit will show up. If they have an issue with the potential nondischargeability of your debt, they are more likely to file a complaint rather than show up. Be early. If you are first on the list you may be in and out. If you are further to the bottom, you may be there awhile. If you are on an AM calendar it is quicker than the PM calendar b/c the Trustees get behind as the day moves on. Just be forthright and honest. If you forgot something don't be afraid to say so and DO WHATEVER THEY ASK. If they ask you to correct a mistake on your schedules or if the Trustee requests more info, provide the information immediately so that you may move on. Best of luck.


You wrote, "Do i required in 431 meeting to prove to my credit card creditors my income at the time i applied to the cards first place ?"
A: I am sure you meant "341" meeting.
The answer isn't, "No."




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