Q: Due to the Covid 19 We were unable to attend a meeting of the creditors to ask any questions in person.
Now my home is being sold to pay off creditors, what should i do?
A: Consult your bankruptcy attorney or hire one to evaluate your situation.
Diane L. Drain agrees with this answer
A: As you are learning, bankruptcy is not a simple process of filling out 60 pages of information. There are tens, if not hundreds, of issues that can harm you, depending on your circumstances.
To answer your question - for over a year all creditor meetings have been held by phone or Zoom, so this is not a valid excuse. Talk to an experienced bankruptcy attorney now to see if there is a way to save your home. You could also talk to a volunteer attorney at the Arizona Bankruptcy Court's Self-Help Center - 602-682-4007.
Please don't wait, things can get worse.
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