Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Trustee
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Eliminate debt with an attorney who's worked as a trustee.

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What is a bankruptcy trustee?

When you’re preparing for your case, it’s important to know who will be examining your case. In most, if not all cases, it’s a bankruptcy trustee, not a judge.


A bankruptcy trustee is the primary authority on a bankruptcy case. He or she:

  • Reviews bankruptcy cases and documentation
  • Holds a hearing where the debtor is questioned
  • Determines if assets can be administered to creditors
  • Recommends if a case proceeds to discharge

An attorney can assist you in gathering the right documents and establishing your case. This can minimize your time spent in court and help you achieve debt relief.


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How Trustee Experience Can Guide Your Case

When a bankruptcy attorney has served as a trustee, he or she is able to see the case from every angle. His or her experience provides valuable perspective that helps you meet requirements, from filling out paperwork to presenting your case.

Our Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Trustee Experience

Since 1999, Kimberly Wright has been a chapter 7 panel bankruptcy trustee for Benton, Carroll, Jasper, Newton, Tippecanoe, Warren, and White counties. She’ll guide you through your own hearing before a trustee without judging you or leaving any loose ends.
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