The creditors meeting – also referred to as the Trustee hearing or 341 hearing is held at the Strom Thurmond Building in Columbia, SC (5th Floor) for Aiken County residents. For most Chapter 7 bankruptcy filers, this will be the only hearing they will have to attend. For Chapter 13 bankruptcy filers, they…

The entire Chapter 7 bankruptcy  process from filing date to discharge date is approximately 4-5 months. There are a few variables that can extend the Chapter 7 bankruptcy period to include adversary proceedings and trustee/creditor actions. The beginning of a Chapter 7 begins with the electronic filing of the bankruptcy petition by your attorney. Usually…

What is a 341 Trustee hearing like?   For most people who file for bankruptcy, they never actually have to appear before a bankruptcy judge. The reason for this is that most issues are settled or resolved without having to go to bankruptcy court. However, all Debtors have to attend one 341 (Trustee) hearing. Here is…

What is a 341 Trustee hearing like?   For most people who file for bankruptcy, they never actually have to appear before a bankruptcy judge. The reason for this is that most issues are settled or resolved without having to go to bankruptcy court. However, all Debtors have to attend one 341 (Trustee) hearing. Here is…

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