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What Is the Meeting of Creditors?
What Is the Meeting of Creditors?

At the Bach Law Offices, we know how stressful and confusing the bankruptcy process can be. Countless clients have come to us feeling nervous when they first hear they will have to attend a meeting of creditors. Although this meeting might sound intimidating, it’s not nearly ...

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