A List Of Questions You May Be Asked At Your Bankruptcy Hearing
- What is your name?
- Did you sign the bankruptcy petition after reviewing it?
- Did you read the bankruptcy information page?
- Where do you work?
- How are you paid –do you receive bonuses or commissions?
- Have you transferred any assets to anyone else in the 4 years before you filed your bankruptcy?
- What did you receive as a tax refund last year and do you believe it will be the same next year?
- What did you spend last year’s tax refund money on?
- Did you pay any family members or friends a lot of money before you filed?
- Do you have any lawsuits or legal claims in which you believe that you can recover money?
- Does anyone owe you any money?
- Do you anticipate receiving an inheritance in the next 6 months or have you heard that you will receive an inheritance?
- Do you own any life insurance policies that accrue cash value?
- Do you have any stocks or bonds or investment accounts?
- Do you have any timeshares or frequent flier miles?
- Do you have a child support obligation?
- Have you ever filed bankruptcy before?
- Do you understand the effect of signing a reaffirmation agreement?
- Have you taken the second class?
- If you own real estate, how did you derive the value of your home?
These are the most commonly asked questions. Obviously, the facts of each case are different and a debtor may be asked different questions at the hearing.
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