It appears that somehow those did not get filed in time. In any case, now that the BK court has dismissed your case, all you need to do is take copies of everything and refile the BK. You may want to meet with the trustee and see what exactly wnet wrong before you refile.
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Well, I mailed out the proper documentation to the court and trustee on 07/20 as requested after recieving the letter from the county clerk on 07/15. The meeting with the creditors was scheduled for 8/15. Perhaps it didn't have time to be processed.
Should I call the trustee and ask what happened or send a letter of some sort?
I would call and send the letter. What you are looking to find out is what the deadline to file the schedules was and then compare that to the date your schedules actually got filed.
If you find out that your schedules got filed before the deadline for when they were due, then either the court has made a mistake or you are still missing a document that needs to be filed.
Go to the BK clerk's office or call and ask them if (and when) the documents you mailed on the 20th got filed. Once you get this information, if you find that the documents you mailed on the 20th actually were file stamped before 7/31, then call the trustee to find out what went wrong.
Hopefully you kept copies of everything that you have filed. If you find that your documents did not get filed on or before 7/31, then you will have to refile the entire case, meaning you will need to pay another filing fee and file every document you filed in the previous case all over again.
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