I'm the debtor
The trustee is basically stating that your valuation of property is not accurate and that all property of the estate should remain there until a more thorough accounting/valuation is performed.
You can file an objection by alleging that the valuations are proper. You'll need some sort of evidence as to where you came up with the numbers.
The order is a proposed order for the judge to sign in the event that he sides with the trustee or if you don't object to the requested relief.
You will have to draft the document yourself - there is no form.
There should be an objection deadline stated on the notice.
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