Bankruptcy's Meeting of Creditors

In every Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy case, there will be a meeting of creditors, also called the 341 hearing. This meeting is run by the bankruptcy trustee (not the judge) and is not a court hearing. Your attendance is mandatory. Below you can find out the purpose of the meeting of creditors, what happens at the 341 hearing, and the role of the trustee at the meeting of creditors.

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