If I File Bankruptcy in Oregon or Washington Will I Have to Go to Court?

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If I File Bankruptcy in Oregon or Washington Will I Have to Go to Court?

Very rarely will any bankruptcy filer have to attend any court hearings. Normally, the only personal appearance, you will have to make is attending a “Meeting of Creditors.” The meeting of the creditors is really a short meeting with a bankruptcy trustee and no judge is present.

While the meeting is important, it is somewhat informal: There is no need to dress up for it and the tone is normally more conversational than confrontational. Very rarely will one of your creditors appear and, if a creditor does appear, it will almost always be on its best behavior.

Bankruptcy lawyers can protect your business from creditors when you are going through a bankruptcy filing. Northwest Debt Relief Law Firm could facilitate you to take you out of your financial troubles.

2018-05-15T17:31:26+00:00

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