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I missed my 341 Meeting! What should I do now?

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If you miss your scheduled 341 Meeting it is imperative that you speak with your assigned trustee ASAP and reschedule!

Written by Kristin Turner, Harvard Law Grad
Updated July 22, 2020

If you miss your scheduled 341 Meeting it is imperative that you speak with your assigned trustee ASAP and reschedule!

A non-apperance at your meeting can lead to your bankruptcy case being dismissed. This will not only delay your fresh start but you may incur additional fees and limit your protection from creditors while you refile.

Whether you have missed your appearance or know that you need to reschedule email and call your trustee and explain that you need to reschedule. If you need the contact info for your trustee you can contact the court for more info. 

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Kristin Turner, Harvard Law Grad


Kristin is a recipient of Harvard Law School’s Public Welfare Foundation A2J Tech Fellowship. At Harvard Law, she served as a member of the Harvard Defenders, the Women’s Law Association, and the Harvard Law Negotiation Review. She was the 2016 – 2017 president of the Harvard Bla... read more about Kristin Turner, Harvard Law Grad

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