How do I know when my bankruptcy case is completed, and I am no longer in bankruptcy?

Posted on April 14, 2009. Filed under: Uncategorized |

At the conclusion of an individual’s bankruptcy case, the Court enters an order closing the case, and a copy of this order is sent to the debtor.  Unless the trustee has assets to distribute to creditors, case closing takes place fairly quickly in Chapter 7 cases.  In Chapter 13, the case will not be closed until after the debtor finishes making payments under the plan.  The case will also be closed if the Court enters an order of dismissal.

For more information on this or other questions relating to filing bankruptcy, or assistance with your financial situation, please contact the Office of John Rogers, Attorney at Law at  or toll free , 1-888-651-9353.  We will be happy to discuss your situation with you and schedule you a free, no obligation appointment at our offices in Glasgow, Kentucky.  John Rogers, Attorney at Law is Board Certified – Consumer Bankruptcy Law – American Board of Certification and is a member of the National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys. 

John Rogers, Attorney at Law has been in practice for almost 20 years and has filed more bankruptcy cases in the Western District of Kentucky Bankruptcy Court, Bowling Green Division, than any other attorney currently still practicing.

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