Written by attorney Tracy A. Brown

How to prepare for a 341 Meeting of Creditors

In a Chapter 7 or 13 bankruptcy, you must attend a “341 meeting," also known as the meeting of the creditors. This meeting typically takes place at a federal building in a meeting room with other debtors, the trustee (who looks over the case.) and in some cases, creditors. Here's how you can prepare

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Check out the Federal Law regarding Meeting of Creditors, and be sure to be in contact with your trustee regarding the requirements needed. Your attorney should already know this information, so contact them to make sure you are complying with all the rules.

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