Bankruptcy Hearings

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Going through a bankruptcy will involve at least one hearing, the 341 "meeting of creditors". If you are filing a Chapter 13 bankruptcy, then you'll also need to attend a confirmation hearing. Besides these two common hearings, occasionally a creditor may try to dispute the dischargeability of their claim against you, or the trustee may disagree with something about your case, in which case you may find yourself in something called an adversary proceeding in front of a bankruptcy judge. Learn about these hearings in the sections below.