Monmouth 341 Meeting Attorneys
Guiding NJ clients through what to expect in a 341 meeting
Everyone who files for Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 Bankruptcy is required to attend what is known as the “341 Meeting”. The meeting is named after the section of the law that defines it, “Section 341 Creditors Meeting”. The purpose of the 341 Meeting is for you to meet with the trustee appointed by the bankruptcy court to oversee your case and discuss your petition for bankruptcy. Your creditors are advised of the meeting and may appear to ask questions, especially if they believe that you have assets you haven’t reported. At Tomes & Hanratty, P.C., we are meticulous in filing your petition to avoid any errors or omissions. After the meeting, if the trustee is satisfied with the information included in your petition, he or she will report the hearing result to the judge.
Who will be in the meeting?
The trustee, a court-appointed representative, you, your attorney, and any creditors that wish to attend the meeting.
Do not be intimidated by your 341 meeting
Many people feel intimidated going into the 341 Meeting. Don’t be. It is not like going to court and you will be treated with respect. Your lawyer will make sure of that. Your Tomes & Hanratty, P.C. bankruptcy attorney will be by your side every step of the way.
What questions will I be asked at my 341 meeting?
The trustee appointed by the court will be the person in the meeting asking most of the questions. Creditors may ask some questions on a limited basis. There are some standard questions that will be asked. The purpose of the meeting is to help the trustee understand the circumstances of your case. You can find many of the questions asked in the 341 meeting in this word document.
Tomes & Hanratty, P.C. will guide you through every step of the bankruptcy process
From your initial free consultation with Tomes & Hanratty, P.C. to the day when your debt has been completely resolved, we will be by your side, guiding you step-by-step to prepare for and attend your 341 Meeting. If you need caring and effective legal support through the process of bankruptcy, contact our firm for a consultation today.