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I do not have it with me but, no court order and it is from a trustee of the court. I do not remember if a judge signed it.
How can they hold this examination on a case that was dismissed by the court??? Is that normal.
I apologize for not having all the information yesterday. Here is the actual truth of the matter. I have been subpoenaed by a "trial attorney" for a rule 2004 examination in the bankruptcy court. I am a preparer of filings for clients who have very little money so my fee is only $275. This client insisted she could file a chapter 7 after only 7 years since her last. I told her she could not, but she insisted. I directed her on how to do the case and she filed, I did not put my name on any of the paperwork, but I did deliver the case to the court. The case was summarily dismissed, needless to say because of the 8 year rule. Since there is no court order and no judge signed this what would be the consequences of my not appearing ?? Please advise.