February 18, 2020



Wayne L. Morse United States Courthouse

Wayne L. Morse United States Courthouse

Meeting of Creditors/341a Hearing:

Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy cases require a 341a hearing, or “meeting of creditors” hearing.

As soon as you file, you will be assigned a hearing date and time.

To this hearing, please bring the following documents:

1. Social Security Card;

2. Photo I.D. – such as a driver’s license;

3. Paystub you received right after we filed your bankruptcy;

4. Bank statements showing the balance of each of your accounts on the day you filed bankruptcy;

5. Any questionnaire provided by your attorney; and

6. Any other documents your attorney may have requested

Hearing Location:

Address:   405 E 8th Ave #2600 Eugene, OR 97401


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Example of a Hearing:

The U.S. Bankruptcy Court has posted a mock 341a hearing on their website.  Please follow this link and click on “341a Meeting Video” under the section titled: “Information for Debtors.”  This video will provide a good understanding of how the hearing is structured, and what kind of questions the trustee may ask of you.

Pursuant to 11 U.S. Code § 528: "I am a debt relief agency. I help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code."

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