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Do I have to go to court when I file for bankruptcy?

In this video, understand why you shouldn't be terrified of the hearing for a Chapter 7 or a Chapter 13 bankruptcy.

Quite often people who are filing a Chapter 7 or a Chapter 13 bankruptcy are just terrified, because they think they're gonna have to go to a court hearing and get grilled. It doesn't happen that way. About 30 days after you file, you're going to attend a hearing that normally lasts two to four minutes. That's it. The judge is not even at the hearing. The US Trustee runs the hearing. So, it's a very simple process. Normally creditors don't even show up to the hearings. The only people that will be at hearing will be other people that have filed and attorneys that represent them, so it's a very simple process.

If you need further information on it, we'll be glad to expand on that. Just give us a call at 229-247-1211, or contact us using the form on this page to schedule a free consultation.

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