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What happens after I file my bankruptcy petition?

Approximately two weeks after you have filed your bankruptcy petition, you will receive a notice from the Clerk's Office with the date and time of the meeting of creditors.

The meeting of creditors is an opportunity for the trustee and any creditors who attend to ask questions regarding your financial affairs. You must appear at this meeting. If a husband and wife file a joint petition, they must both appear. If you have a problem attending the creditor's meeting, please contact your trustee.

Since this meeting is set by the U.S. Trustee and not by the Clerk's Office, please do not file requests to continue or change the date of this meeting with the Court.


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