Do I have to appear in court for bankruptcy?

The 341 hearing

The 341 hearing is also known as the Meeting of Creditors. This is a mandatory hearing that must be attended by the debtor(s) who filed bankruptcy. The hearing is normally thirty (30) to forty-five (45) days after filing bankruptcy. Don’t worry, we will be with you every step of the way!

COVID-19 UPDATE: Currently the US TRUSTEE HAS ELECTED TO CONTINUE TO LIMIT IN COURT APPEARANCES IN ORDER TO PROTECT YOUR HEALTH AND OTHERS.

UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE—ALL COURT HEARINGS WILL BE HELD TELEPHONICALLY.

If you were to ask yourself the question: “Do I have to appear in court for bankruptcy?”  then we can understand that it may be uncomfortable to appear officially for this hearing. But rest assured, we have your back.

We will provide you with the questions and guide you prior to and give you the call in information once you’ve began your journey to “a new beginning.” Imagine, no more bills, bill collectors harassing you, AND you get to do your court appearance from your own home or couch? :).

We are here to help make the rest of the process just as easy for you. It’s the peace of mind you have dream of. (We hope).

Are you curious about what we can do for your specific situation? Then feel free to contact us.

Do I have to appear in court for bankruptcy