Questions You May Be Asked at the Creditor’s Meeting
- What is your name?
- What is your address?
- Have you reviewed your bankruptcy petition and are the signatures at the end of the petition your signatures?
- Have any of your financial circumstances changed since you filed the bankruptcy petition?
- Have you recently inherited any money or received any money from anyone else? Do you anticipate inheriting any money or receiving money or other assets from anyone else?
- Is the information in your bankruptcy petition true and accurate?
- Are all of your assets and debts contained in your bankruptcy petition?
- Have you filed bankruptcy before?
- Are you currently employed and who do you work for and what do you do?
- Are you supporting anyone besides yourself? Is this pursuant to a divorce or family court order?
- Do you own a house or have other real estate interests? Have you had any other real estate interests in the past five years?
- Have you recently transferred any property or assets to friends, relatives or third parties?
- Do you have any pending lawsuits against you regarding personal injury cases?
- Does any owe you money?
- Have you made payments of more than $600.00 to any of your creditors during the past three months?
- Have you filed federal and/or state income taxes in the past three years?
- Do you have accounts with financial institutions, either savings or checking and what are the balances?
- Do you own a car? If so, what type and how much is it worth and how much do you owe on the car?
- Do you own a business? Have you owned a business for the last five years? If you own a business or you have owned a business in the past few years, The Trustee will inquire with regard to the assets, liabilities and circumstances of the business.
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