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Where is the best information that will explain to me what

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Where is the best information that will explain to me what we need to do to prepare for a 2004 hearing and what we should expect of this process?

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What is the subject of the 2004
Customer: replied 6 years ago.
I believe that the intent is a detailed review of financial documents and receipts submitted as the US Trustess attorney is questioning the level and validity of expenses. This is in Michigan if that was also a question from you.

A 2004 exam is very similar to a deposition in a state court case. You will be deposed under oath and the trustee may ask you specific questions about the documents and receipts. Colliers on Bankruptcy is a very useful book that comes complete with strategies and sample questions for a 2004. You can find the Colliers series at a local law library
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