Hi. I’m Steve Kramer of the Kramer Law Firm. I’m a Florida bankruptcy attorney. And I’m going to answer one of the questions you might be asking before you file a bankruptcy. And that question is, “How many hearings am I going to have to attend for my bankruptcy?”
Now, for most Chapter 7 bankruptcies there’s only going to be one hearing. And that is the 341 hearing which is a meeting of the creditors. And generally that’s where you get to sit down with the trustee which is the person who oversees your bankruptcy case and makes sure everything is correct. And then your creditors also have the opportunity to appear at that meeting.
Now if you’re meeting with a good attorney – or if you meet with us – we’re going to make sure that you know what to expect at that hearing so there are no surprises, so that you’re prepared, so that we have all the documentation that we need to so that everything moves seamlessly. Because that’s what we want. We want an easy bankruptcy, stress-free, so that you can move on with your life. Because that’s what bankruptcy is about – starting over.
Why am I telling you this?
Because you need to know this information if you’re thinking about filing for bankruptcy. Any attorney you meet with should be telling you exactly what to expect - what’s down the road - and that’s what I’m telling you today. If you have any questions, give me a call at the number below.
Thanks for watching! I’m Steve Kramer.
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