Bankruptcy Law Questions? Ask a Bankruptcy Lawyer Now.
Did you attend the trustee meeting?
Have you brought the hidden assets to the trustee's attention?
What is the market value of the corporation - how much could it be sold for? (Keep in mind that no matter how much money the corporation makes, it cannot be sold if it cannot run without the current owner.)
If you think the corporation could have been sold and/or there was fraud involved, and if the Bankruptcy trustee will not address this, the next step is to report this to the US Trustee. The US Trustee supervises the Bankruptcy trustees.
You should be able to find his or her name and address on the Notice of Chapter 7 Bankrutpcy Filing you should have received when the case was filed. If you cannot find that information, you can get it by calling the clerk at the Bankruptcy court.
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