This is too little information on which to base an answer. Schedule an appointment to talk with your bankruptcy attorney and keep asking questions until you understand exactly what your situation involves. The trustee is charged with finding assets which can be converted into cash to pay money to your creditors. If your LLC or its assets can be sold in order to procduce cash for distribution to your creditors, that is what the trustee will do. The trustee will keep looking for information about the LLC until the trustee determines whether the trustte can get any money from the sale of the LLC or its assets.Ask a similar question
If you have an attorney, ask your attorney.
That said: If you think that you can get better advice from an anonymous post on an Internet board than you can from asking your own attorney, you may need a new attorney.
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Your question implies facts not spoken...where is this cash coming from to invest if you are in midst of Chapter 7 which is liquidation? Better you speak with a BK attorney as you are not giving complete facts as I alluded to in terms of "potential" unreported income/assets and connection to the LLC for which you are clearly worried.
My answer is not intended to be giving legal advice and this topic can be a complex area where the advice of a licensed attorney in your State should be obtained.Ask a similar question
Something is not right. Your lawyer should be able to get the court to require the Trustee to reveal what is wanted. If your attorney is flummoxed, or not communicating with you, get a new attorney. You should know what is going on. You don't sound otherwise clueless.
We would have to know your whole financial circumstances to begin giving you advice.
This response is intended to give a general overview of the law and should not be treated as legal advice. There are too many factual issues and exceptions in the law to provide definitive conclusions about your circumstances.Ask a similar question