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Surviving Your Chapter 7 - 341(a) Meeting of Creditors Hearing


Your Chapter 7 Meeting of Creditors hearing will likely be your only ‘court’ appearance in your case.

The good news is that Chapter 7 hearings are usually conducted in an informal setting such as an office building.

There is no Bankruptcy Judge present except the Chapter 7 Trustee which is usually a lawyer or other professional. The Chapter 7 Trustee is not there to trick you or to cause you any distress; however, they are there to make sure your paperwork is in full compliance.

We advise our bankruptcy clients to get to the location at least one hour before their scheduled hearing time because if you are late, you could miss your hearing which could result in the dismissal of your case or we will have to make another appearance, and we will ask you for additional fees.

Once you arrive at the hearing you will check in and present your Driver’s License and Social Security Card and then you will wait to be called.

You will be sworn in, and your testimony will be recorded. Now, the following are some examples of questions that you may be asked:

    • State your name, address, and telephone number;
    • Did you consult or meet with your attorney to furnish the information contained in your Bankruptcy Schedules?
    • Was the information you provided true and correct then?
    • Is the information true and correct now? If not, please identify any changes.
    • Did you read your paperwork before they were filed in Court?
    • Do you own any property at the present time?
    • Have you filed your state and federal tax returns? A. Are you delinquent on your taxes? If so, how much?
    • Are you planning on reaffirming any of your personal property such as your car?
    • Do you owe any child or spousal support?
    • Has anyone in your family pasted away within the last year or do you expect any inheritance with the next 12 months from a will or trust?
    • Are you planning on surrendering any of your property back to a creditor? If so, what property?
    • Have you disclosed all of your assets in your paperwork?
    • Have you disclosed all of your liabilities in your paperwork?
    • What is your monthly income? What are all of the sources of your income?
    • Who contributes monies to your household, if any? If so, how much?
    • Do you own any businesses outside your regular employer? If so, what?

It is critical that you disclose everything to us before we file your bankruptcy paperwork.

We look forward to speaking with you to discuss your situation at 310-575-1175 or 877-LAW-1542.


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