The question is, what are the main mistakes that I've seen people make that prevent them from getting a discharge? The two most common scenarios that I've come across are where people fail to adequately disclose information to either their attorney or to the bankruptcy court, or they fail to appear at their required meetings.

Now, bankruptcy is a good deal and you're going to be discharging presumably a lot of debt in your bankruptcy case, so it's important that you play by the rules and it's important that you disclose everything. The bankruptcy court requires that certain information be disclosed and if you're in any kind of doubt as to whether or not it's something that is required to be disclosed or not, err on the side of disclosure and play it safe, so that you can make sure that your discharge order is not going to be jeopardized by failure to include some pertinent piece of information to your bankruptcy case.

It's also important that you show up to your meetings that are required. Now, by meeting I mean, principally, the 341 meeting of creditors. That's a meeting that everyone has to attend. So as long as you show up to that meeting and disclose all the information and play by the rules that the court wants to play by, you're going to receive a discharge order and avoid these common pitfalls.



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