Suffolk County Bankruptcy Attorney 341 Meeting

Learn about the mandatory 341 meeting.

Segment Summary and Highlights

The 341 meeting, The First Meeting Of Creditors Segment 1

Nassau and Suffolk County Bankruptcy Attorney Heath S. Berger is one of the most widely known and respected bankruptcy attorneys on Long Island. Mr. Berger and bankruptcy attorney Brian Schechter discuss the importance of preparation for your 341 meeting.
During the first audio you will learn what to bring to your 341 meeting, how long your 341 meeting will take, and the types of questions you will be asked. If you own a home we will ask the following questions to get you the best possible outcome. What is the value of the house? What is the equity above the mortgage amount? Are you up to date on the mortgage payments? How much total mortgage debt do you have? Listen for more information.

The 341 meeting, The First Meeting Of Creditors Segment 2

During the second audio you will learn that preparation is the key to a successful meeting. Below are some of the highlights of the audio. Listen for more information.

The bankruptcy attorneys at Berger, Fischoff, Shumer, Wexler & Shumer, LLP. Our bankruptcy team will prepare you and your paperwork for your 341 meeting. Our experience has prepared us to know what the Court Trustees will ask for. Some paperwork may need to be sent in ahead of time and other times, paperwork needs to be presented at the meeting. Our Nassau County Bankruptcy clients and Suffolk County Bankruptcy clients are always well prepared. Since they are well prepared, our clients are seen in a better light than those that may not prepared by their attorneys, or those who inadequately prepare themselves. If you don’t have these items for your meeting typically yields negative results. The more we provide, and the more we can provide to the trustee, the easier the process will go.

Ninety-nine point nine percent of the time our clients leaves their 341 meeting with a sense of relief. We don’t want our clients to worry about the process. There should be no surprises, we advise our clients on what the issues and what the questions will be during the meeting. Have discharged over 25,000 bankruptcies we can tell our clients with confidence that your 341 meeting is meant to be a simple process, to clarify some things, and then the process is over. We advise our clients “don’t sweat it.”