In both Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy, the debtor is required to attend a meeting of creditors, also called the 341 hearing. The meeting of creditors is not a court hearing. Instead, it is run by your bankruptcy trustee and usually held in a meeting room.
Below you'll find articles explaining what to expect at your meeting of creditors, how to prepare, and how to deal with various issues that might come up before or during your 341 hearing.
What Happens After Your Meeting of Creditors?
If you file for Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy, you'll have to attend a hearing called the meeting of creditors (also called the 341 hearing). What happens after your meeting of creditors depends on whether you filed for Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy, and also whether the bankruptcy trustee in your case is satisfied with your bankruptcy papers.
What Happens at a Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Meeting of Creditors?
Here's what to expect at the 341 hearing in your Chapter 7 bankruptcy.
What Happens at a Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Meeting of Creditors?
Here's what to expect at the 341 hearing in your Chapter 13 bankruptcy.
Meeting of Creditors: Common Bankruptcy Trustee Questions
Find out what the bankruptcy trustee is likely to ask you at your meeting of creditors.
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