How can I resolve an undischarged bankruptcy?

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How can I resolve an undischarged bankruptcy?How can I resolve an undischarged bankruptcy?

I filed in 2004, and because of personal issues, I walked away and never followed through on any of my bankruptcy obligations.

It has reared its head again and I would like to resolve this issue. My original trustee is not around anymore.

For some reason, another appointed trustee passed my info to me with a “do it yourself brochure”.

I couldn’t make heads or tales of it.

I need to hire another trustee to help me complete the process. One issue I have is I heard that I will have to submit monthly income reports and the surplus paid to court will be based on today’s earnings, not my 2004 earnings, which were significantly smaller.

Thank you

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You cannot hire a trustee to get your discharge from bankruptcy but you can hire an insolvency lawyer to do this.

An insolvency lawyer can help you with your discharge.

 

There is more information of getting a discharge at this link.

Yours truly,

Earl Sands, Licensed Insolvency Trustee (LIT)

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