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I received a letter for a 341 meeting. What is this?


If you've received a letter in the mail notifying you of a 341 meeting, also known as a creditors' meeting, it's likely because you're considering filing for Chapter 7 bankruptcy. In a Chapter 7 bankruptcy, also known as a liquidation bankruptcy, your assets are sold off to repay your debts.


A 341 meeting is required by federal law and gives creditors an opportunity to object to the discharge of your debts or to the elimination of certain liens on your property.


At the meeting, you'll meet with your bankruptcy trustee and creditors. The trustee will ask you questions about your finances and asset ownership. Creditors may also ask questions or raise objections. You may bring an attorney with you, but it's not required.




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