I filed chapter 7 – no fresh start at all, The court trustee ruines you wores than creditors by far. They will not close your case after dischagre and the rape you for everything after your discharge and continue to for years on end, they take your inhaitance when it is the only thing you have left when your parrents die durring the process. The trustee thinks of everything they can do to distroy you further and faster. Nothing is protected becsue, they just keep taking everthing you can do after your discharge… Your home when it increaes in value your winnings of any kind, other properties or invest ments that yo get later…as long as the trustee keeps your case open and they will npot close it. You filing will not be closed by a blood sucking life killing Trutee you are 10 time more dead – I know because it is happening to me in the 6th eastern district of Michigan.
Why do yo not tell people the ultimate distruction of the TRUSTEES power and is never ending because they will not close your case after discharge they just kill your life – what can you do to help me… I am being ditroit after distruction has already happend – with an aterny named Neal brand who has revirerst evverything he has said and nothing has turned out the way he has said.
I think it is safe to say you feel you had a bad experience with the trustee you had that was responsible for your case.
If you feel you have not been treated fairly, which is the exception rather than the norm, there are two proactive avenues you can use to address the situation.
Your first route is to discuss the issue with your bankruptcy attorney and come up with a plan of action to deal with the problem.
If that is unsatisfactory you can always contact the United States Department of Justice Office for U.S. Trustees and file a complaint against the trustee. See this page for contact information.
Please include your name, address, and phone number on all inquiries. If you are writing about a particular bankruptcy case, please specify: (1) the bankruptcy court location and (2) the debtor’s name and/or bankruptcy case number.
Executive Office for U.S. Trustees
20 Massachusetts Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20530
or email [email protected]
There is never any reason for anyone to feel like they have been unfairly abused by any system without understanding what has led to the situation at hand.
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