After a Chapter 7 bankruptcy is filed, the court will issue a document giving notice of a debtor’s Meeting of Creditors. This notice is also sent to all of the creditors that are listed within the bankruptcy documents. During the Meeting of Creditors, the bankruptcy trustee will ask the debtor various questions about the bankruptcy, such as whether all of the information contained within the bankruptcy documents are true and correct. The trustee may ask other questions about a debtor’s financial affairs. If the trustee wishes to investigate the bankruptcy further, he may continue your Meeting of Creditors to a future date. On the other hand, the trustee may conclude the meeting on the first meeting. It is important to note that at the Meeting of Creditors, as the name suggests, any creditor may appear and ask a debtor questions about his bankruptcy and finances.
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