If your bankruptcy was "discharged" in 2000, then yes. Discharged means it is done! If you are still in a chapter 13 bankruptcy, still paying the trustee--then no. If the trustee finds out about the CD, it will cause lot of problems.
After the Chapter 13 plan has been successfully completed and the Trustee so certifies. Some courts require filing a motion or request for a discharge.
No, if automatic withdrawal has been implemented by the BK court trustee they will continue until the chapter 13 is discharged or dismissed.
The U.S. Trustee has ten days to object to your discharge on a Chapter 7. Creditors have sixty days to object. Then you should be discharged.
If it is chapter 7 and has not been discharged then, no. If it is a chapter 13 then the bankruptcy filer would need the permissin of the trustee to make any major financial transactions.
No. If a Chapter 7 is not properly discharged and closed it is not valid. If a Chapter 13 is not adhered to according to the repayment plan agreed on it will be dismissed by the BK trustee with or without prejudice.
No, unless a person dies within 180 days of the debtor filing for BK and the debtor receives an inheritance from the decedent's estate/probate.
If you have filed the financial management certificate due after the plan has been certified by the trustee as completed, you or your attorney must file an application for the discharge.
If you filed a Chapter 7 and it has been discharged your tax refund will not be taken. It will only be taken if you have filed a Chapter 13 and that is entirely up to the Trustee.
In bankruptcies a trustee is needed in all cases to administer the assets or determine that there are no assets. The court appoints the trustee in chapter 7 and 13. The creditors determine who will act as a trustee in chapter 11, usually. A trustee is needed if a person establishes a trust.
The debtor cannot sell nor transfer any property without the permission of the bankruptcy trustee or until the BK has been discharged and closed.
A "motion to modify" a chapter 13 can be filed for almost any reason. Contact the BK trustee for the exact procedures required.
Not after the bankruptcy has been discharged. If the person is participating in a chapter 13 bankruptcy they must have the permission of the trustee/court to engage in any major financial transactions.
Unless the likely judgment was exempted, or the claim was abandoned by the trustee, all or part of it has to go to the Chapter 7 trustee, or all of it to the Chapter 13 trustee. Talk to your bankruptcy lawyer or get one.
No. Once a chapter 7 bankruptcy has been discharged it is final.
What happens if you have paid all fees for a chapter 7 bankruptcy and your trustee tells you to turn over your income tax check and you don't because you are laid off and you are using the income tax check to pay bills and medical expenses and the trustee has threaten to revoke your bankruptcy due to non payment of your income tax check
Chapter 7 is liquidation. All non-exempt assets must be given to the trustee to be sold at auction. All debts that can be discharged will be discharged. Some debts, like student loans and child support arrears, cannot (as yet) be discharged, absent unusual circumstances.
Chapter 13 trustee is an entity, generally an individual, with the responsibility of managing a chapter 13 bankruptcy estate. The Chapter 13 receives the debtor's monthly payments and then distributes those funds proportionally to the debtor's creditors.
If you continue making payments on your car you may keep it. If you do not owe anything on your car you can keep it so long as your trustee does not assume the equity in it in order to pay off creditors.
Yes. A trustee must always declare that she is signing a document in her capacity as a trustee. If not, the validity of the document will be compromised by signing as an individual with no reference to her office as trustee.
You will need permission from the trustee before doing anything financial while in chapter 13 bankruptcy. You will have already signed paperwork agreeing to full disclosure with your trustee when you filed.
While in a Chapter 13 debt repayment bankruptcy, you must consult the bankruptcy trustee before engaging in a major financial transaction, such as the purchase of a vehicle.
I think it depends on when the bankruptcy is discharged, but it would be discussed at your meeting with the creditors and the trustee. If it wasn't discussed, then the refund is yours.
Yes. You must report any additional income to the Trustee. If the Trustee or even worse, the US Trustee find out, they can press federal charges against you.