If the trustee issues an order and it is ignored-the trustee could be in contempt of court.
So-the trustee would still have to comply and also deal with the judge.
So-keep the pressure on.
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Yes, though it's in the judge's discretion. Be sure the "relief" part of your petition asks for the fees.
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You can bet "your bippy" he can. Look to your attorney for advice. He/She may suggest filing an OSC but let him/her direct you in the best course of action.
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