Detroit, MI asked in Bankruptcy for Michigan

Q: I'm at the end of a Chapter 13 . How do I file a Post Petition Financial Management Course. My attorney skipped on me.

Do I have to get another attorney? I received a letter from the Trustee's Office that in order to receive a discharge I am required to complete a post petition financial management course and to contact my attorney. Mr. Adam Gantz/Gantz Associates has not responded to emails or phone calls. I went to three offices including where I originally filed the Chapter 13, to no avail. No forwarding address or phone numbers to be found.

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Timothy Denison
Timothy Denison
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  • Bankruptcy Lawyer
  • Louisville, KY

A: No. Simply choose an online provider who will file it with the court. Take the course online and you’re done.

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Justin M. Gillman
Justin M. Gillman
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  • Bankruptcy Lawyer
  • Edison, NJ

A: Many of the Debtor Education/Financial Management course providers actually file the certificate with the Court on your behalf after you complete the course. You can usually find approved providers on the Court's website or at the website for the United States Trustee in your district. Should not be a problem for you. Best of luck.

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