Q: I don't want my trustee to take my taxes so can I dismiss my case. I have no assets. How do I do this. I filed Pro Se
A: A: If you have a Refund, you have assets. If you have clothes, a car, a house, you have assets, though chances are they are exempt. If you are prior to the Meeting of Creditors and do not show up, usually a Trustee will dismiss the case, but if your expected Refund is sizable, the Trustee may still pursue. If you already attending the Meeting of Creditors, you should ask the Trustee if he would object to a Voluntary Dismissal. Before seeking a Dismissal, you should ask yourself, are those few bucks from your Refund worth losing the Discharge and the Prejudice period prohibiting your refilling for at least six months?
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