Part of the bankruptcy process is appearing in bankruptcy court. After filing a bankruptcy petition, it is required to attend a Meeting of Creditors hearing. Your attorney will prepare you for and accompany you to this meeting.
The Meeting of Creditors is at the bankruptcy court, and is presided over by a bankruptcy trustee who oversees the proceedings. At the hearing you will answer questions about your bankruptcy papers and financial debt. Creditors are permitted to attend as well. Typically, after this hearing there is not need to return to court.
Chapter Bankruptcy Lawyers will represent your bankruptcy. With experience and knowledge of the law on our side, they will be by your side every step of the way through the process. We will help you to understand the Meeting of Creditors, so it is not an intimidating court appearance, but instead a legal experience in which gets you to the next step of financial freedom.