Idaho Falls, ID asked in Bankruptcy for Idaho

Q: So I applied for chapter 7 bankruptcy and had to switch to a chapter 13 because of an asset

My lawyer sent everything in and was waiting for a date for the meeting of creditors which I got and last week I got a letter that says a notice of hearing on trustees motion to dismiss.. on my online account where I signed up to do the payments it says I have my meeting on Wednesday but this letter says I have to connect to this court on Tuesday. Is the trustee trying to dismiss the case? I asked my lawyer and he just said it’s for Wednesday that the trustee won’t dismiss the case and that the trustee will withdraw it. What should I do? Should I call in tomorrow for the court ? Or wait till Wednesday for the meeting?

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Timothy Denison
Timothy Denison
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  • Bankruptcy Lawyer
  • Louisville, KY

A: Listen to your lawyer and follow his advice.

Michael Francis Barrett agrees with this answer

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