Current Chapter 7 Clients in Atlanta
Meeting of Creditors Bankruptcy Hearing Information
When you file for Chapter 7 bankruptcy, you are scheduled to attend a mandatory appearance known as your Meeting of Creditors. Your appearance at this meeting is required and your creditors may attend as well. At this Meeting of Creditors, you will be placed under oath by your Chapter 7 trustee who will then ask you a series of questions. You will be represented by your Atlanta Chapter 7 bankruptcy lawyer attorney from Khoshnood Law Firm, P.C. at this meeting. We are here to ensure that you are fully prepared and know exactly what to expect.
Review Your Bankruptcy Information Sheet
One of the questions your Chapter 7 trustee will ask you is whether you reviewed the information sheet prepared by the Office of the U.S. trustee. Everyone filing for Chapter 7 bankruptcy is required to review a copy of this bankruptcy information sheet. When you met with us in our office, you received a copy of this document from one of our attorneys. In the event you have misplaced it, we would be happy to provide you with a new one. You must bring two pieces of original identification with you to your Meeting of Creditors.
You must bring with you:
- A Government-issued picture ID, such as a valid driver’s license, military ID card, or passport.
- Proof of your Social Security number, such as your actual Social Security card, an original W2 form, or 1099 form.
Getting to the Appropriate Bankruptcy Courthouse
Depending on the division you are in, you will attend the bankruptcy court in that division. We will help you to determine which division you are in if you have any questions and would like directions. It is very important that you show up to the right place on time and prepared.
Give us a call today at (404) 978-4411 to make an appointment for your next consultation.