Free Report: Illinois 341 First Meeting of Creditors – What Do You Need to Know

Author: Joe Pioletti Posted on: . Filed in: Bankruptcy.

When you file bankruptcy under Chapter 7, Chapter 13, or Chapter 11 of the United States Bankruptcy Code, you are required to attend a First Meeting of Creditors.  The First Meeting of Creditors is scheduled by the court 20 to 40 days after the filing of your bankruptcy case.  Each debtor must appear at the hearing to answer questions, under oath, about his or her finances, including questions about the debtor’s assets, debts, income, and expenses.  Bankruptcy judges are not present during these hearings.

Joe Pioletti

Joe Pioletti

Attorney Joe C. Pioletti was born and raised in Eureka, IL.Joe received his Bachelor of Arts Degree in Business Management from Eureka College where he also minored in Spanish.Joe then received his Juris Doctor from Southern Illinois University School of Law.While in law school Joe worked in the Domestic Violence Advocacy Clinic and was a three-time recipient of the Charter Class Campaign for Academic Excellence Scholarship.
Joe Pioletti