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  • csonly
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    Seriously, they should have BK for dummies and BK for dummest (me)!! With that said, I have a question about the 10 day statement of passing the means test. Filing a statement with the court...is that something that would show in Pacer within that 10 day period? If not, does attorney get notice? How does one get that information?

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  • BKHELP138
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    Today made 13 or 14 days if you count the day of the 341. Now I have 16 days to wait on assets then 30 days from there .... I can see how the time goes quick. Thanks for all the advice. Im a no asset under median case I would think all is good =)

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  • gman
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    Originally posted by BKHELP138 View Post
    Does anyone know if after the 10 days if the US trustee files are report or is nothing filed till your discharge or if there is a problem ????
    In my case - the Trustee did not file anything in PACER. They are not required to do so.

    The good news is that once the 10 days are up - if nothing is filed - they cannot come back later and ding you for failing the Means Test. They can still come after you for "anything" between your 341 and the 60 day deadline - but the bar for them to file complaints just gets higher and higher as the process continues (in your favor.)

    It sounds like you are past hurdle #1. Best of luck with the remaining two deadlines.

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  • BKHELP138
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    Does anyone know if after the 10 days if the US trustee files are report or is nothing filed till your discharge or if there is a problem ????

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  • BKHELP138
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    Once the 10 days are up will you see anything posted on PACER from the UST ?


    I hope this helps everyone. I found this because I have been awaiting my first hurdle - the 10 day deadline - and nothing positive or negative was posted in PACER - and it will be 14 days tomorrow. I am going to call the court tomorrow (and not the Trustee) and see what was filed, if anything.

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  • BKHELP138
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    I love this forum.. now only if you can help me get a job =)

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  • nelkre
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    Meansno is a flag that indicates no presumption of abuse. It's a good thing. BKHELP138 provides the rest which is accurate.

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  • gman
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    Originally posted by BKHELP138 View Post
    I am wondering the same. 341 smooth and report of no distribution by trustee... Meansno on pacer along with the report of no dist.
    Once the Trustee reports "no distribution" - this means that the Trustee has determined you have no assets that can be sold to pay off creditors (as the only ones you own have been protected by your exemptions.)

    Don't know what you mean by "Meansno" in your post above.

    Until the 60 days are "up" you are always at risk of having an objection from either the Trustee or a Creditor. With that being said - it is highly unlikely you will have a problem.

    Good luck!

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  • BKHELP138
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    Originally posted by msm859 View Post
    So exactly how often does someone have an issue after the 341? Specifically if the 341 goes smoothly and the Trustee does not ask anything do people really need to "sweat out" the next 60 days?
    I am wondering the same. 341 smooth and report of no distribution by trustee... Meansno on pacer along with the report of no dist.

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  • gman
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    Originally posted by nelkre View Post
    There is no guarantee of the 60 or 90 day rule in receiving your discharge. There are many factors involved. Mine took 98 days merely because the courts were backed up and nothing else. The odds of a dismissal are extremely rare. About 99 percent of chapter 7 cases are discharged. If you do the paperwork correctly and everything else is in order, it's just a matter of time. And a good attorney is like gold. Mine only had four dismissals in 20 years but that was because his clients didn't follow his instructions or the courts. One didn't complete a class in time.
    Just to clarify....the first post on here was from me...and the days that are posted are DEADLINES related to the process.

    These deadlines - and the dates that one receives a discharge - are obviously NOT one in the same. They are deadlines for TRUSTEES and / or CREDITORS to make a filing in a specific BK case.

    Hope this helps clarify!

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  • nelkre
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    There is no guarantee of the 60 or 90 day rule in receiving your discharge. There are many factors involved. Mine took 98 days merely because the courts were backed up and nothing else. The odds of a dismissal are extremely rare. About 99 percent of chapter 7 cases are discharged. If you do the paperwork correctly and everything else is in order, it's just a matter of time. And a good attorney is like gold. Mine only had four dismissals in 20 years but that was because his clients didn't follow his instructions or the courts. One didn't complete a class in time.

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  • mommi2many
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    Thanks for sharing your research with us gman. Your help is always appreciated.

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  • msm859
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    So exactly how often does someone have an issue after the 341? Specifically if the 341 goes smoothly and the Trustee does not ask anything do people really need to "sweat out" the next 60 days?

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  • bkDude
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    Good info... Thanks for posting

    BKDude in CO

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  • malibu
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    Originally posted by helpme2010 View Post
    I like this thread. The one thing that doesn't happen necessarily is 60 days after the 341 you are discharged. I was expecting this, but it looks like it will be at least 90 days or more.
    I assume you are referring to discharge. In LA, discharge is considerably longer then 60 days, often up to 120 days or longer in some cases

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