Phillips Esq I know we have to take our social security card with us to the 341 meeting. However, my SS card has my first name and last name (married name). Example...Jane M Doe. But my driver's license has my first name, my maiden name and then my married name. Example: XXXXX XXXXX-Doe. Will this be a problem or conflict since they are different? If so, what other form of ID will I need to show that is my SS number?
Also, what else should I bring with me to the 341 meeting?
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I have already turned in an amendment with other revisions. If I don't add the alias to the petition, will it still not be an issue? I hate to say this, but I feel like a bother when I go to the Lawyer's office. Isn't that terrible? That's how they treat me there. It's awful. In fact I don't even trust that they will add it if I turn it in.
My petition has XXXXX XXXXX-Doe on it (what my driver's license has) and I signed it that way. My SS card has Jane Doe.
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I found out my husband paid a small payment of $40 to the Doctor's office since we filed bankruptcy. Is this going to be a problem? If so, what will the trustee say or do? I also need to make an appt with my Doctor and need to bring my account up to date in order to see him. What do I do?
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