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Once the bankruptcy trustee is informed,
they will launch their own investigation and if that is done, the case will not be discharged,
and the case will be pending.
The US Justice department will handle the matter, and make sure their is no fraud involved, in these types of cases, the Court will take their time, and put the case for a hearing in front of a Judge, if their is an issue,
The best thing you can do now, is to follow up with the Court through the case number XXXXX through the clerks office.
oh, but if I have a lawyer what I have to do is just contact him to contact court? or do u think it is best I contact them?
will it be after aug 30th then since that is court deadline?
also does what you described going to take a year or longer?
Yes contact the attorney, to see if he can file a motion objecting to the discharge.
You can also contact the trustee, and submit a letter
It should be done prior to 8/30
An investigation, can make the case pending for several months to a year, and the trustee may file a motion to dismiss his case if he finds fraud
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