The 341 Hearing, also called a Meeting of Creditors, is a tape recorded meeting between the debtor, the Trustee, the debtor’s attorney, and creditors at which the debtor is questioned under oath about assets, liabilities, income, expenses, and the proposed repayment plan.  Debtors are required by law to attend.

Items you must bring to the hearing:

  • A driver’s license or a picture I.D. showing your current address
  • Verification of your Social Security Number (i.e. SS/Medical Card, W-2 or Pay Stub)

Items you must provide to your attorney at least 7 days before your scheduled §341 Hearing:

  • 2 years of most current tax returns
  • 60 days of most recent pay stubs
  • Certificates of title for currently owned titled assets, including vehicles, boats and mobile homes (regardless of when acquired)
  • Copes of leases, recorded mortgages, recorded deeds and land contracts
  • State Equalized Value (SEV) found on a current real estate tax bill
  • A current statement from each secured creditor stating the amount owed
  • Two months of bank statements for each account and/or institution
  • If applicable, the name and address of anyone to whom you pay child support or alimony

Failure to provide documents timely to your attorney or proper identification at your hearing will likely result in having to appear and be questioned at multiple §341 Hearings as your hearing will be adjourned to a future date if documents are not provided to your attorney at least 7 days prior to this hearing.

Section 341 testimony (including adjourned cases) will begin promptly at 1:00pm.

The Chapter 13 Trustee has assigned times for 341 hearings in an on-going effort to make the 341 hearings more efficient for everyone. See below for the next scheduled 341 hearing times. The document is organized by hearing officers.

July 9th, 2019 Hearings (pdf)