courtroom bankruptcy

Utah phone hearing 341 meeting consist of multiple debtors, attorneys, trustees, and creditors on the same phone call. You attend your phone hearing 341 meeting by calling the number you will be provided by the bankruptcy court.

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credit after bankruptcy

Your bankruptcy is over when your case is closed, generally soon after you get a discharge. A discharge is when you are no longer legally obligated to pay your debts. When bankruptcy is over, if creditors keep calling you and trying to collect from you, that is a serious violation of the bankruptcy code. However,…

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Here is a quick guide to locate the Utah Bankruptcy Trustee. Here is a comprehensive list of the Utah Bankruptcy Trustee’s listed by bankruptcy chapter. Included are their Name, Mailing Address, Phone Number and Email address: Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Trustee Steven R. Bailey, Chapter 7 Panel Trustee 2454 Washington Blvd. Ogden, UT 84401 E-mail: [email protected]

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If one spouse files bankruptcy without the other spouse only the filing spouses debts are discharged. If the debts are held jointly, the non-filing spouse will still owe on the debt even after one spouse has filed bankruptcy. The bankruptcy filing will appear on the filing spouses credit report, but should not appear on the…

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Bankruptcy when does it end is a common question.  When you get a discharge in a bankruptcy it is a big step, however, it is not the end of the case.  The Bankruptcy Court will enter an order closing the case that is when your case is closed.  Most of the time the case will…

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Eight Interesting Things to Know About Filing Bankruptcy.  The following are interesting things to know about filing bankruptcy.  The decision to file bankruptcy can be tough so here are eight things you need to consider or know about before you make that decision: 1. Deadlines. Deadlines are critical in bankruptcy court. The rules in bankruptcy…

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Although the trustee in bankruptcy is not a judge, he or she has tremendous influence over a bankruptcy case.  Many of my clients do not know what this person does. So here is the quick version of the role of a bankruptcy trustee in Utah and nationwide. So just who is the bankruptcy trustee? Trustee…

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You may want to consider filing bankruptcy to keep your home, or at least use it to delay foreclosure in some difficult circumstances. The majority of people that declare bankruptcy are able to keep their home throughout the process, but some are not. The government does not expect landlords and other property owners to provide…

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Bankruptcy and inheritance in Chapter 13 bankruptcy:  If you receive an inheritance while you are in the midst of a Chapter 13 bankruptcy repayment plan, most courts will require that you pay this amount into your Chapter 13 plan. In a Chapter 13 bankruptcy case you propose a plan to repay your creditors over a…

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Bankruptcy discharge is when the debtor is released from liability to pay his or her debts and no longer required to pay any debts that are discharged, and it also prohibits creditors from coming to collect your debt. Getting a bankruptcy discharge is a big step in a bankruptcy case but it’s not the end…

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