The Meeting Of Creditors In A Bankruptcy Case In Kansas City

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When a bankruptcy case is filed (Chapter 7, 13, or 11), the bankruptcy court schedules a meeting about 30 days from the date of the filing of the case.  This meeting is called the “meeting of creditors” or the Section 341 meeting (as required by the Bankruptcy Code).  In theory the purpose of the meeting is to give interested creditors an opportunity to appear and inquire about issues related to the filed schedules.

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