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US Trustee Changes Format for Meetings of Creditors

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U.S. TRUSTEE PROGRAM EXTENDS TELEPHONIC OR VIDEO SECTION 341 MEETINGS TO CASES FILED THROUGH OCTOBER 10, 2020

June 12, 2020

The U.S. Trustee Program is extending the requirement that section 341 meetings be conducted by telephone or video appearance to all cases filed through October 10, 2020. However, if the responsible U.S. Trustee or case trustee determines that an in-person examination of the debtor is required to ensure the completeness of the meeting or protection of estate property, the U.S. Trustee may ...

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Best Bankruptcy Insights of the Year

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If your reading this blog post, chances are good that you are seeking bankruptcy advice. No one dishes out bankruptcy advice better than a board certified bankruptcy lawyer. However, the best way to get bankruptcy advice is to schedule a consult with a board certified bankruptcy specialist, who will provide  personalized guidance for your specific situation, much like custom ...

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Should I file for Bankruptcy?

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The National Consumer Law Center (NCLC) explains how bankruptcy can help you and when it may be the wrong solution for fix credit report after bankruptcyyou.

This article, part of a series, provides an excellent overview of the difference between chapter 7 and 13 bankruptcies, lets you know the best time to file for bankruptcy, and sets out what a bankruptcy will cost. Importantly, the article corrects ...

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