When you file bankruptcy, you are required to attend a hearing where a bankruptcy Trustee places you under oath and reviews your case. The Trustee is an official appointed by the Federal government to administrate your case for the benefit of your creditors. The Trustee will ask you questions relating to your income, expenses, assets and recent transactions. Prior to your hearing, your attorney will provide required documents to the Trustee. You will be required to bring additional documents, such as a valid photo ID, social security card, recent pay stubs and current bank statements. After reviewing your case, your attorney will be able to provide more specific details about what will occur at your hearing. A Cascade Bankruptcy attorney will represent you at your hearing.
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