When a debtor files bankruptcy, creditors can anticipate attending what is called the Meeting of Creditors. This is also known as a 341 hearing, named for the corresponding section of the Bankruptcy Code. The meeting generally takes place about one month after the bankruptcy filing. The debtor is required to attend this meeting and respond under oath to questions from the bankruptcy trustee, the United States trustee, and often, to questions posed by the creditors as well.
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