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Do I need a bankruptcy lawyer?

I filed chapter 13 bankruptcy 4 years ago and it will be discharged this year.The lawyer I had no longer practices. Do I need another lawyer to represent me or will the trustee just mail the papers?

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4 Responses to "Do I need a bankruptcy lawyer?"

  1. Liz says:
    I’m not really sure, but I think you should try to get in touch with the trustee and he/she should advise you as to what you should do.
  2. bajllc says:
    It will be taken care of by the trustee and the court system. You have nothing to worry about. I know from the same experience. You may even get a refund from the attorney fee that is included in your monthly payments, being as you have had no one to contact in reference to your case. I did.
  3. mey t says:
    Opt for another lawyer:

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