You can Google "PACER." You will need a debit card to sign up, but it's safe. When you go into PACER, you can see the entire record of of your case. The cost is very minimal.
Or you could call the office of your Trustee and ask their assistant. You should get pretty goo cooperation there. Finaly, you can call the Clerk of your Bankruptcy Court and ask. I assume that you don't have your own attorney to ask. Good luck.
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You should get your discharge two months and two weeks after your hearing date.Ask a similar question
Your case number will be on any pleading filed with the court or any noticed you have recieved from the Court. your attorney's office should also have that readily available for you.Ask a similar question