Just because the case was dismissed does not mean that it is closed. Act quickly by filing a Motion to Reconsider the Order of Dismissal and this time, get an attorney to represent you. Hope this perspective helps!
Perhaps. You'd have to file a motion to reopen, which is not automatically granted. You'll have to prove to the court that there was a legitimate reason why you failed to comply with the trustee's demand for tax returns. Unless you have a valid, good reason, the court probably won't reopen the case.
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The Court is not out to get you, but you need to follow the rules.
If you live in Arizona, please contact me for actual advice; this is just speculation. It certainly is not legal advice. I don't have enough information to give actual legal advice. I can only take the limited information presented and provide a idea of what you might do and how it may turn out.
Yes. You have to bring a motion to reopen and pay a fee. You have to ask for relief, i.e. reopen the case so you caan supply the documents.
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