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REMOTE 341(a) MEETING INSTRUCTIONS Prior to the Covid-19 pandemic in 2020, the “Meeting of Creditors” also known as the section 341(a) hearing, had always required in-person attendance at a select location.   Once the pandemic started, in-person hearings were changed to remote hearings for safety reasons.  There are essentially two different types of remote hearings:...
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After you worked diligently with our office to get your bankruptcy case filed, you completed your debtor education class and attended your meeting of creditors.  But what happens after the meeting of creditors?  In short, not much…but there is a couple of things to consider. 1.) Reaffirmation Agreement for Car Loans. If you have a...
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Your bankruptcy case is filed and now you are waiting for your Meeting of Creditors; aka 341(a) hearing.  What happens at the meeting of creditors? The Meeting of Creditors [also known as: section 341(a) meeting] is a requirement in every bankruptcy case.  It’s generally the only hearing that a debtor has to attend during their...
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What happens at a 341(a) meeting? A 341(a) meeting (also known as the meeting of creditors) is required when you file bankruptcy.  Approximately 4 to 6 weeks after you file bankruptcy, you will be required to attend a 341(a) meeting. In every bankruptcy case, the 341(a) meeting is probably the most stressful event for the...
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