Questions a Bankruptcy Trustee Will Likely Ask You

Whenever you file for bankruptcy protection, you are required to attend a meeting with your creditors to answer certain questions about the information you included in your bankruptcy paperwork. The bankruptcy trustee assigned to your case leads this meeting. Most of these questions are simple, but it’s important to be prepared for them.

Before the meeting occurs, the trustee conducts an in-depth review of your bankruptcy paperwork. Then, the trustee’s job is to have you state under oath that all of the information is correct, or ask any questions regarding possible errors in your paperwork. Throughout this process, the trustee will be on the lookout for undisclosed income, undervalued assets or any other potential red flags that could indicate fraud in the bankruptcy process.

Some examples of questions a bankruptcy trustee is likely to ask include:

To learn more about how to prepare for your meeting with your trustee and creditors, contact the experienced Atlanta bankruptcy lawyers at DebtStoppers by calling 678-673-2142 or contacting us online.

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