Do I have to file my 2013 taxes before my 341 creditors meeting? I did file my 2014 just not 2013 because it was very complicated and needed help since we owned a shared business at that time. My 341 meeting is May 21st. Will I get a dismissed from the judge if my 2013 is not filled by the 341 meeting?
Hello ... i have a new question. I filed for BK 3/30/15 , Our 341 meeting is 5/21/15 - it doesn't look as though I'll be excused from this meeting. I even had a doctors note. My questions are ... i just received a "Notice Of Motion For Relief From The Automatic Stay and Opportunity To Object And A Hearing" what does that mean. It's from my Investor (BONY) Bank Of New York. My lender is BoA. I thought that was safe from foreclosure proceedings until the BK was discharged? It further says, "The court may consider this request for an order without further notice or hearing unless a party in interest files an objection within 17 days of this notice." Then it goes on to say , (The objecting party shall also contact the courts calendar clerk to schedule a hearing on the objection and file a seperated notice of hearing). Sorry I wrote it ALL out - I know you are all to familiar with these motions. My objective is to stay in the house as long as possible. I got it out of a sale date which was 4/1/15. I thought I'd have between 4-6 months before the BK was finalized. Now I'm getting this Motion from the Investor BONY to proceed with the foreclosure. Is that what they can do and is there any recourse for me to stop them until the BK is discharged?
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