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Questions Frequently Asked at 341(a) Meeting of Creditors Hearing

341 hearing questions

1) Do you swear or affirm to tell the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth?

2) Did you provide the trustee with a true and correct copy of your government issued ID, proof of social security number, and last filed tax return? You must have original documentation. Laminated social security cards are not valid.

3) Was the address filed with the court your current and correct address?

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

5) Did you personally sign the bankruptcy petition, schedules, statements, and related documents you filed with the court?

6) Are you personally familiar with the information contained in those documents?

7) Is the information contained in those documents true, correct, and complete?

8) Are there any errors or omissions in those documents?

9) Did you list everything you own or have an interest in?

10) Have you ever owned real estate?

11) If you no longer own the real estate, describe what happened to the real estate?

12) How did you value the real estate you currently own?

13) Did you list all of your debt and creditors

14) Did you list all your income?

15) Have you ever filed bankruptcy before? If so, when did you file and where?

16) Is the copy of the tax return you provided a true copy of the most recent tax return you filed?

17) Do you have a domestic support obligation? For example, are you court ordered to pay alimony or child support? If so, please make sure you complete the Domestic Support Obligation Form.

18) Is the correct address of your current employer, listed in your schedules? What is the address?

19) Did you read the US Trustee Information sheet, also referred to as the green sheet?

20) Do you understand that should you become entitled to an inheritance or life insurance proceeds in the next 180 days you must notify your attorney and the trustee?