Thank you for your question.
It is essential for your husband to properly file a Proof of Claim in the bankruptcy
proceeding to protect his interest. If he has not done so already, it is imperitive that he seek the counsel of an attorney with bankruptcy experience to prepare and file the Proof of Claim at once.
Generally, it is not essential for a creditor to attend the 341 hearing. However it is unusual in a Ch 7 bankruptcy for the 341 to be rescheduled absent exigent circumstances.
Although it is not required for your husband to be represented by counsel, it is highly advisable. Bankruptcy is a very specialized area of the law. I suggest that you immediately seek the counsel of an attorney with bankruptcy experience to prepare and file the Proof of Claim and otherwise represent your husband in this proceeding.
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