The Meeting of Creditors, also known as the 341 Meeting, refers to a meeting conducted by the Chapter 13 Trustee pursuant to 11 USC Section 341. At this meeting, Chapter 13 debtors will be required to swear or affirm that the information that they are about to give is truthful. The Trustee will ask the debtors about their Chapter 13 petition, including but not limited to, living expenses, creditors, income, and other relevant issues the Trustee may wish to question. At the 341 meeting of creditors, creditors will also have the opportunity to ask the debtor questions concerning their bankruptcy plan.
These meetings may be held telephonically during the COVID19 pandemic.
The Albany 341 Meetings are held on the 3rd floor of the Old Albany Federal Court House & Post Office.
The Columbus 341 Meetings are held in the Rankin Building across from the River Center.
The Valdosta 341 Meetings are held in room 257 in the U.S. Courthouse and Post Office.