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How much power does a trustee have and on what grounds can

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How much power does a trustee have and on what grounds can he dismiss a chapter 13 case. Is it hard to have a chapter 13 case thrown out
Trustees do get annoyed when people do not disclose everything they own. I know you probably didn't think of it as yours, but whether you use it or not or put any money into it or not, you are a co-owner of the account so it should have been disclosed.

Unless it has some huge sum of money in it, it is unlikely that he would ask for your case to be dismissed just for forgetting to list this account. It's not like you had a storage building full of valuables that you were hiding.

Hopefully he will not take the position that the money is half yours and ask your sister for it, though it is possible that he may do so.
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