Meeting of Creditors, Who Needs to Attend?
Published 11/16/18 by Admin
Many people who file for bankruptcy wonder whether they will have to go to court. The bankruptcy laws require that you go to a meeting that is conducted by the bankruptcy trustee. This is known as the meeting of creditors.
Who has to Attend the Meeting?
You, your attorney and the bankruptcy trustee are the only people who have to attend the meeting. Creditors have the option of attending this meeting, but most of them will not show up for it. If they do come to the meeting, then you do not have to worry about them harassing you. Your Columbus Ohio bankruptcy attorney will be there to support and defend you.
What You Should Bring to the Hearing
- Driver’s License
- Social Security card
Why You Should Hire A Bankruptcy Attorney in Ohio
It can be difficult to go through bankruptcy. That is why you need the help of an attorney. Your attorney will guide you through this process and make sure that you have all of the documents that you need. They will also answer questions that you have about filing for bankruptcy.
Contact Barr, Jones & Associates LLP for all your bankruptcy questions. Let our experience dealing with creditors help you today.