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    #46
    Originally posted by Lexie View Post
    Does the date for a creditor to file a claim hold to the 60 days after the 341 hearing, even if the trustee requested an extension to further review the assets?
    You were dealing with revocation of the discharge due to a clerical error back in May. Unless someone has extended the time in which to file 532/727 complaints you should have your discharge. Since we do not know what is going on with your case the following is a general statement:

    1. Creditors (and the Trustee) have 60 days from the originally 341 to file objections either under 523 or 727 (trustees and, to a lesser extent creditors, use 727).

    2. If a creditor or the Trustee is not prepared to file a 523 or 727 by the 60th day they can request an extension of time for such a filing. The Motion to Extend must be filed within that 60 day limit and subsequent motions are not uncommon but should be objected to if unreasonable.

    3. The 60 day rule has nothing to do with the filing of claims unless a claims bar date has been issued by the Court or the Trustee. If a claims bar date was issued then a creditor must file a claim by the bar date. Late claims will be paid only if there is money available after all timely claims are paid.

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      #47
      Im halfway to my end point. 30 days from the 341, and it seems the next 30 days will be like a year...lol
      Ch 7 filed 8/15/11 341 9/22/11 Discharge 11/28/11
      The rebuilding begins

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        #48
        still waiting...hoping any day next week I will join the "club"
        Ch 7 filed 8/15/11 341 9/22/11 Discharge 11/28/11
        The rebuilding begins

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          #49
          So, does the sixty-day deadline only apply to creditors who show up at the 341? In other words, if a creditor does not show up, does that necessarily mean that they can't/won't object?
          Filed Chapter 7: March 19, 2012
          Discharged! June 28, 2012
          Closed! August 8, 2012

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            #50
            Originally posted by lotsahats View Post
            So, does the sixty-day deadline only apply to creditors who show up at the 341? In other words, if a creditor does not show up, does that necessarily mean that they can't/won't object?
            ALL creditors have 60 days whether they attend the 341 meeting or not. Attendance at a 341 meeting is optional for creditors, mandatory for petitioners.
            Well, I did. Every one of 'em. Mostly I remember the last one. The wild finish. A guy standing on a station platform in the rain with a comical look in his face because his insides have been kicked out. -Rick

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              #51
              hi,
              I think so Shah Peerally Law group we understand that that people facing credit difficulties and seeking debt settlement are not “bad people,” just people who have been experiencing unexpected circumstances due to unavoidable problems such as unemployment, divorce, or health issues-all of which might lead to depletion of your finances

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                #52
                Good information. All pro se filers should print out a list of important deadlines.

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                  #53
                  Originally posted by gman View Post
                  Top tidbits on filing pro se.

                  3. Download a free copy of BEST CASE Chapter 7 bankruptcy software so you can run any scenarios you need to before your final filing. Note a free copy does not allow you to print out your paperwork....you will still need to fill this in on the side.
                  Hello -- Not sure if gman is still posting & reading this forum, but is it okay to download the free "demo" of "BEST CASE Chapter 7 bankruptcy software" if you're not a law firm. The "free demo download" form asks for a company name. And the software seems to be meant for attorneys. Thanks for any help.
                  Chapter 7 Filed ~ Pro Se — 7-10-2013
                  341 Meeting ~ Pro Se — 8-14-2013
                  . . grateful to now be a '60 Day Club' newbie!

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                    #54

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                      #55
                      Do you guys think your attorney can have some "insight" on how the 341 went and if things could end up a bit touch and go or not? I actually wasn't that aware of these timelines, and only had one asset that I was worried about. The trustee questioned the value I came up with on my house as it looked like I low-balled it. Luckily he did have a note on it written down with a "?" next to it. Once I explained how I came up with the number he scratched it out with "enthusiasm". My attorney noticed this and said he obviously wanted nothing to do with it.

                      So has anyone felt like their attorney had a good idea if anything would cause issues? Mine seemed like it was done with, but after reading the post I just got a bit of anxiety.

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                        #56
                        Is the deadline for the UST to file their presumption of abuse statement really 14 days? My attorney said it's 10 days and everything I see says 10 days, but this sticky says 14 days?

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