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If the trustee declared your case a no-asset case even though there was an asset listed that the trustee overlooked it is your attorney obligated to bring it to his attention?

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2005-10-05 13:40:14
2005-10-05 13:40:14

Bring it to the attention of the BK attorney immediately and have the error corrected. If this is not done in a timely manner the bankruptcy can be dismissed with or w/o prejudice.

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