Questions to answer at your Meeting of Creditors (Also known as 341 Meeting)

Typically, 30 days after a bankruptcy case is filed you will go with your attorney to court to a “Meeting of Creditors” (or 341 Meeting). There are a few standard questions that the Trustee will ask you to answer. Below are the questions:

(1) Please state your name and address for the record.

(2) Have you read the Bankruptcy Information Sheet provided by the United States Trustee’s Office?

(3) Did you sign the petition, schedules, statements and related documents you filed with the court?

(4) Did you read the petition, schedules, statements and related documents before you signed them?

(5) Are you personally familiar with the information contained in the petition, schedules, statements and related documents?

(6) To the best of your knowledge, is the information contained in the petition, schedules, statements and related documents true and correct?

(7) Are there any errors or omissions to bring to my or the court’s attention at this time?

(8) Have you listed all of your assets on the schedules?

(9) Have you listed all of your creditors on the schedules?

(1) Have you filed bankruptcy before (if yes, state what year)

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