Are you required to go to court in a bankruptcy proceedings?

When individuals file for bankruptcy, they do not necessarily go to multiple court hearings. However, they are often required to attend one hearing, which is commonly known as a 341 meetings.

At this meeting, bankruptcy filers will meet with their bankruptcy trustees and any creditor that chooses to attend. If creditors choose to file a motion as result of this meeting, then filers may be forced to attend a bankruptcy hearing.

If you or anyone you know is considering filing for personal bankruptcy, contact the Birmingham personal bankruptcy attorney Paula Greenway at (205) 324-4000.

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